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Most People Want to Age in Place, but Few Are Aware of the Services Available to Support Them


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JAMDA Article Highlights Effectiveness of PACE During COVID Pandemic [Press Release]

This article was originally posted on NPA Online. Read the full article here. Abstract Objectives Program of All-Inclusive Care (PACE) organizations faced unique challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly given PACE participants are frail older adults who often live with multiple disabilities and chronic conditions. This study describes how PACE programs leveraged their unique program flexibilities […]

PACE Enrollment Reduces Family Caregiver Burden

This article was originally posted on Vital Research. Read the full article here. This is the first in a series of five briefs focused on self-reported perceptions of burden of family caregivers with loved ones enrolled in the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). The PACE model provides integrated interdisciplinary preventative, primary, acute, […]

Survey: One in Four U.S. Older Adults Needed Long-Term Care for Themselves or a Loved One In 2022

This article was originally posted on Nexus Insights. Read the full article here. Results Twenty-four percent of U.S. adults ages 50 and older say they, or a loved one needed long-term care in the past year, according to a new, national survey. According to the survey findings, most older adults said the process of selecting […]

Most People Want to Age in Place, but Few are Aware of the Services Available to Support Them

This article was originally posted on Cross Country. Read the full article here. Despite the rapid acceleration of aging in the U.S., the study findings present a surprising lack of awareness of in-home care options for Americans aged 50 years or older. Fewer than one in 10 respondents are actively looking into care. More than […]


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