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Aging at Home Fairbanks (AAH Fairbanks) is a member organization offering support for older adults to live independently and remain engaged in their community.

Members remain socially connected, informed and open to new learning opportunities through social events, special interests groups, lectures, and discussions.

Members receive social support services that they need to remain in their homes as they age. Many services are provided by our wonderful volunteers; for services that our beyond our volunteer's capacities, there is a list of screened paid providers.

For more information:

View our Brochure (PDF): Aging at Home Brochure

Read our latest newsletter: June 2024

Recent Events

Events for Members

We organize social and educational events for our members -- some in-person and some online. Here are a few of our regularly scheduled activities:

  • Happy Hour potlucks at a members' home
  • Social Lunch each month at a different local restaurant
  • Aging Well presentation series
    Recent topics include: Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC), Smart911, Safety in the Home, Managing Your Healthcare Information
  • Good Reads: Conversations with Alaskan Authors
    Recent authors include Margaret Merritt, Daryl Farmer, Christine McClure
  • Life in Fairbanks photography series
    Photography on Sandhill Crane migration, Arctic Man, the Red Green regatta and more!
  • Low Vision discussion group 
  • Cook's Challenge 
  • Downsizing discussion group
  • Field Trips and Local Tours

     AAH Events Calendar  

    Many of our presentations on Aging Well, Downsizing and other topics are recorded on our AAH YouTube channel:

    AAH on Youtube

Recent Volunteer Service

Full members of Aging at Home Fairbanks can request volunteer assistance with things like household tasks, technology support, and transportation. Here are just some of things AAH volunteers have helped members with this winter:

  • Rides to medical and dental appointments
  • Shoveling ramps and walkways
  • Setting up a new router and a wireless printer
  • Installing curtain rods at the member's home
  • Helping haul things to the dump
  • Plant sitting during vacation
  • Rides to the airport
  • Changing a light fixture
  • Fixing a closet door that got off the track
  • Rides to AAH events and other activities


Help Us Spread the Word: Scholarships for Personal Care Attendant Course

Aging at Home Fairbanks is offering scholarships for a special course offered through UAF Community and Technical College. In this four-week evening course, students can earn their PCA state certification tuition-free. AAH recognizes the need for more home care professionals in Fairbanks, and established the scholarship fund through the University of Alaska Foundation.  

Course: Personal Care Attendant Training 
Dates: July 22 - Aug. 20
Monday - Thursday, 5pm - 9pm 

Scholarship covers tuition for the course.

Here is a flyer you can download or print to share with friends: PCA Flyer Fall 2024

For more information, please see the UAF CTC Course Details

To support the AAH Fairbanks Scholarship Fund, 
click here.

Please share this with friends who might be interested! 

Recent Member Feedback

"Thanks to everyone involved for making AAH a great organization!"

"Thank you for your many contributions to the community and individual members!"

"I have really enjoyed the Good Reads and the Aging Well series."


AAH Fairbanks has 501-c-3 non-profit status as part of The North Star Council on Aging (the Fairbanks Senior Center), its fiscal sponsor.

AAH Fairbanks is a village in the Village-to-Village Network, an organization of almost 300 similar villages around the country. They have provided valuable information, support, and advice.

Contact Us: or (907) 799-4026