NOW HIRING DIRECT SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
$16.00 PER HOUR
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS IN THE FOLLOWING AREA’s
ACCESS ALASKA’S MISSION
To encourage and promote the total integration of people who experience a disability, and older Alaskans to live independently in the community of their choice.
THIS IS WERE YOU COME IN
- Are you at least 18 years of age?
- Do you have a current CPR-FIRST AID card, or can you get one?
- Can you pass a criminal background check?
- Do you consider yourself a compassionate, competent and committed individual?
- Are you in a place where you are able to serve your community members with a flexible schedule while earning a competitive wage?
- Do you have experience working with elders and individuals experiencing a disability?
Applications can be found on our website at http://accessalaska.org/about-us/employment/. Please submit an application & current CPR-First Aid Card to email@example.com or fax these documents to (907) 248-0639.
SOME SERVICES YOU MAY PROVIDE:
Personal Care Services
Personal Hygiene – Dressing
Range of Motion-Exercises
Manual & Mechanical Transfers
For more information call 907-248-4777 and ask for the CDPCS Program
Access Alaska, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Access Alaska, Inc. makes every effort to ensure that in every phase of its recruitment and selection processes equal employment opportunity is provided to all individuals regardless of race, color, genetics, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, marital status, change in marital status, pregnancy, parenthood, disability, national origin or citizenship, or veteran’s status. Access Alaska, Inc. is an at-will employer.
Hello, I am a deaf doctoral candidate at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, doing my dissertation on the social experiences of deaf/Deaf or hard of hearing people in social interactions. The purpose of this study is to understand social experiences that deaf children have had, and how those experiences affect them as adults.
I am distributing this survey to deaf/Deaf and hard of hearing people who are in regular contact with hearing people, have had hearing impairments before the age of three, and live in the United States and Canada. The survey will take around 25-35 minutes to complete. I understand that your time is limited, and your participation is appreciated. Your participation would be voluntary and anonymous. There will be a drawing for five people to win a $50 Amazon gift card for participating. The odds of winning are between 3% and 7%, depending on the number of responses.
To take the survey, go to this link:
There will also be an opportunity for U.S. participants to participate in an email interview to talk more about their experiences, after they have completed the survey. You will receive a $25 Amazon gift card for participating in the email interview. If you are interested in participating in the email interview, or have questions about the study, please contact me. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the study, you can also visit this website:
Many thanks in advance,
Holly Siegrist, M.A., M.S.
Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Doctoral Candidate
California School of Professional Psychology
Alliant International University
San Francisco Campus
This Fall, we’re getting to know the people behind Access Alaska and exploring the many sides of independent living. In September, we shadowed Frank Box for a day. We started at Frank’s house where we had a conversation about his fight with brain cancer and life after brain surgery. He shared insights from his recovery with us and we got to meet Sasha and Boris, his Russian Tortoises. In the afternoon, we followed Frank to his job at Access Alaska, where he is an Independent Living Advocate and the Manager of the Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet. Frank described his work this way: “When you can give somebody hope, when they have none, that’s a great job.”
Independent Living Stories: Frank from Access Alaska on Vimeo.
Youth TBI Support Group
First Monday of every month 4:00-5:00 Matsu Health Services 1363 Spruce Ave, Wasilla, AK (upstairs conference room)
Peer Support Group meeting for youth who have a family member living with a head injury/Traumatic Brain injury
For information, please contact Krystal Blair 357-2588
TBI Peer Support Group
First and third Wednesday, 4:00-5:30 Matsu Health Services 1363 Spruce Ave, Wasilla, AK (upstairs conference room)
Peer Support Group meeting for survivors of all types of Head injuries and their families, friends, caregivers and interested service providers. The content of each meeting varies in direct proportion to those in attendance.
For information, please contact Krystal Blair 357-2588
Our Medicare Counseling and Outreach program includes:
State Health Insurance Assistance Programs (SHIP) funds personalized counseling, education and outreach to Medicare beneficiaries and their families
The Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) program funds education for Medicare beneficiaries and others on how to spot and report potential Medicare errors, fraud, waste and abuse.
SHIP and SMP grants are programs under the Administration for Community Living (ACL)
Our Fairbanks office has certified Medicare counselors who can help answer questions about Medicare benefits and enrollment.
To make an appointment call: 907-479-7940
We strongly encourage persons who experience a disability to apply!