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PACE: Where You Belong – Part 3: Stories of Inspiration and Empowerment

In the third and final installment of our “PACE: Where You Belong” series, we bring to you heartening stories of inspiration and empowerment from the participants and their caregivers of Neighborhood PACE and Cambridge Health Alliance(CHA) PACE. These narratives reflect the profound impact of PACE programs and illuminate its members’ life-changing experiences. Kathleen Monteleone – […]

Let the Secret out by Expanding Older Adults Access to PACE

This article was originally posted on Kevin MD. Read the full article here. PACE, the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, has long been considered the best-kept secret in the American health care system. It’s time to unveil this hidden gem. The health and well-being of older Americans – and the future of our […]

Joint Committee on Elder Affairs

This article was originally posted on X. Watch the video here. “PACE is the standard for what wrap-around care should look like…. family caregivers deserve the support they need to keep family members out of hospitals and nursing homes.” #NationalFamilyCaregiversMonth 👏💛👨‍🦽 Watch Tracy’s testimony here(@1hr40mins): Watch the video here.

The PACE Solution to Increasing Demands for Long-term Supports and Services in the U.S.

This article was originally posted on JD Supra. Read the full article here. As individuals continue to live longer beyond retirement and the U.S. population size of those 65 years and older continues to increase, the demand for long-term services and supports (“LTSS”) is also expected to increase.[1] LTSS represents the wide-ranging health and social […]

Study Session PACE 101

This article was originally posted on Dignity Alliance MA. Read the full article here. The Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is an evidence-based care model for older adults who meet a nursing-home level of care but live in community settings. These organizations blend funding from Medicare and Medicaid to integrate preventive, […]

PACE On Social

We look forward to joining the @ACRMconference meeting this June to share with them unique opportunities the PACE model provides for innovative Rehabilitative practices.

Join us for the Annual Aging with Dignity Conference hosted by @MassDPH at Mount Holy Cross on June 11th!

🏥🩺Nurses play an indispensable role in society and within our PACE IDT teams. We thank all nurses, including our PACE nurses, for their invaluable contributions. #NursesWeek #HealthcareHeroes #NationalNursesWeek Read our Spotlight on PACE Nurses:

Fallon Health @fallon_health plans to open a new Summit ElderCare PACE Center in Dartmouth, MA, by the end of the year. The center will serve Bristol and Plymouth counties and part of Barnstable County.

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Stories about how PACE has transformed participant quality of life

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Inspiring stories about professional and personal caregiving in Massachusetts

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