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We also highlight several other important state resources with essential facility data and guidance.
Mel & Lori Frey have just opened a Private Pay Assisted Living Home. We have 5 bedrooms. We have been in the field 12 years and looking forward to taking care of the Elderly that is a blessing in our home. I will leave my web site for anyone who is interested and we have excellent references as well.Thanks Mel & Lori…
Working with an experienced and qualified care provider can save time, hassle, and guesswork.
Assisted Living Directory works with care providers who are knowledgeable
about Assisted Living and other forms of long-term care throughout Alaska!
The process of finding the most appropriate assisted living home for yourself or a loved-one can be a taxing and confusing process. Our care providers are knowledgeable, and work directly with hundreds of senior care providers in the State of Alaska.
A few of the many advantages of working with our Alaska senior care advisors:
We can help you to ‘weed out’ many of the facilities that are not a match for you – based on budget, care and amenities, price, location, or personal preference. We can quickly create a workable list for you.
Our service is completely free to those families that we work with.
We have a personal relationship with the communities we work with, and we can provide you the name of the person you need to speak with.
We can answer questions about, or research the costs, expenses, and insurance.
Assisted Living Directory has helped 1000’s of families (including our own!) to connect with great care facilities!
“At Friendship Terrace (Assisted Living Residence), our goal is to help each resident stay healthy, functional and in charge of their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being”
Homer Senior Citizens, Inc
Homer, Alaska 99603
The Ark of Homer is a licensed six bed facility providing that “extra care” to early – moderate Alzheimer’s and Dementia clients. With a staffing ratio of 1 CNA/Care Provider to 3 residents in a loving, home atmosphere, you can rest assured that your parents, loved ones, are well taken care of. Laura Lee Owens, RN, Administrator is on staff for medication, nursing issues and with over 20 years of nursing experience she promotes staff education and training in Dementias.
‘Bayview Terrace is a non-medical facility with the capacity to provide 24/7 care assistance, and a comfortable home for 15 residents’
309 Erskine Ave.
Kodiak, AK 99615
Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
Daily Community Activities
Across the street from the Kodiak Senior Center
24-Hour Trained Staff
Medicaid & Insurance Accepted
Housing Vouchers Accepted
Physical: 109 East 5th Ave.
North Pole, AK 99705
Home Phones: 907-385-0267; 907-385-0268
Resident Manager Assistant Kristi Alton 907-385-0237
Lilley Lodge provides 24 hr. supervision, assistance with ADL’s, medication assistance, medical care coordination along with a variety of other services to bring you the highest level of independent functioning in a safe setting. Long term-short term residency, respite relief residency and hospice are available.
336 Third Ave
Seward, AK 99664
Please contact us at (907) 376-3104
Services, amenities and things you need to know about Knik Manor:
Video Tutorial Produced by Assisted Living Directory
In less than 2 minutes,
you can learn where to find comprehensive State of Alaska-produced data and resources to help you find appropriate senior care in Alaska.
We’ll also point you to a thorough .pdf list of licsnsed facilities statewide!
comprehensive .pdf list of facilities –
compiled from trusted state-of-Alaska data.
Often times being a senior citizen means a cut in income,
and an increase in expenses. Many assisted living facilities offer money management or bill payer programs to help you manage your finances. Trained volunteers help you to prepare your checks, balance your checkbook, and also help teach you to budget and organize paperwork.
Take the time to celebrate special occasions,
or just celebrate life!
So you have now entered into the latter part of your life – the “Golden Years.” To some, this is a time to start slowing down, and to others, the time to stop having fun.
We say ‘nonsense’ to that! We believe that these should be the best years of your life! Seniors can still take part in birthdays, have dessert, visit with loved ones, take up a new hobby, or even start dating again! Staying active and having fun is one of the best ways to help yourself to stay healthy!
Great questions and comments that we have received about Alaska assisted living & senior care:
My 94-year-old dad is currently at a facility in Anchorage and has just started wandering. He’s had dementia for years, but this is a negative change. I am not sure if it’s Alzheimer’s. He is ambulatory but is incontinent. Everyone loves him and the facility wants to keep him, but we’re scared with the wandering.
Do you have any openings? Do you keep a waiting list–we could make a deposit. Does he sound like the type of resident you work with? We really want a facility that is more secure, and with a better staffing ratio.
Q: How do I go about opening an assisted living facility and getting it licensed in the State of Alaska?
A: We recommend first that you look at Alaska’s Assisted Living Licensing Program site to get specifics on licensing procedures, and then look through our “How To Open” page that discusses the steps that you need to take.
Did you know?
Alaska has fewer residents age 65 and older (7.7%) as compared to the national average of 13.0% (Source: U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts for Alaska). However, the need for assisted living in Alaska is growing, and there are challenges. Due to the geographic complexity of the state, assisted living may not be as accessible to many of the seniors living in outlying areas.
The Population of Alaskans 65 years and older is expected to grow by 5% to 6% annually from 2008 to 2020. The need for assisted living and long term care options in Alaska is also expected to grow in the years to come
[Video] Assisted Living Directory Original Tip and Tutorial
Creating a video for your assisted living facility can be a great way to help further promote your facility and widen the reach of your marketing efforts. However, there is a big difference between a professional looking and unique video and a poor-quality, amaterur-ish looking effort. One of the ways you can enhance your facility’s video is by using a slider to create a dynamic sense of movement. In this video tutorial, we talk about how to use a slider, and we’ve included a few examples where we have used one.
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