What Is PACE?

Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) are programs that provide comprehensive health services for individuals age 55 and over who are sufficiently frail to be categorized as “nursing home eligible” by their state’s Medicaid program. Eligibility for PACE requires that individuals be 55 years old or older, certified by the state to need nursing home-level care, reside near a PACE program, and be able to live safely in the community. Services include primary and

InnovAge PACE Allows Katie to Socialize and Stay Healthy: All in One Place

In a typical day at InnovAge Colorado PACE – Lakewood, 87-year-old Katie looks forward to a day of activity. She enjoys arts and crafts, Bingo, crocheting, and most of all, chatting with staff members and fellow participants. PACE is a great fit for Katie, who is a self-proclaimed “social butterfly.” Katie appreciates the ability to get all the medical care she needs under one roof and the chance to socialize daily. Katie comes to InnovAge

What is “Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly” (PACE)

Many of us wish to remain in our homes as we age, however we find with each year it is more difficult to coordinate all the medically necessary services to live safely in the community. The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) may be the answer. PACE is a National program for adults 55+ who have health needs that affect their daily lives. PACE is administered by MassHealth and Medicare to provide a