University of Alaska Anchorage
Who We Are
Helping Alaskan Native Elders live fully in their communities of choice.
Alaska’s National Resource Center for Alaska Native Elders is unique in its orientation and focus. It undertakes training, action projects, research, and collaboration for building the resource base supporting positive aging across the state. Its focus on positive aging makes it distinctive. Even though elders and their families and key supporters may face numerous challenges, the center places these challenges in its own process of resource development. From concept to action, the center stands for inclusion of Alaska Native Elders in the process of creating, disseminating, and fostering use of the practical resources to promote positive aging.
ANTHC and NRC-ANE Rural Elder Service Network Conference: Tribal Long Term Services and Supports in Alaska
Gorsuch Commons, Room 107, on the UAA campus. Parking will be provided, meals will be provided, and travel scholarships available for Title VI Directors and RESN members (only 20 travel scholarships available so apply early)
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Activity Manual to Honor Alaska Native Cultures and Traditions in Care Facilities
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