PACE is an innovative model of care that enables eligible seniors to remain in their own communities rather than being placed in long-term care facilities.
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A person must be aged 55 or older, certified by the state to need nursing home care and live in the service area.
One must require assistance in two or more areas of activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, toileting, transferring or eating.
Medications deemed necessary by the PACE interdisciplinary care team are paid for by the PACE program.
Transport is provided between the home and the day health center, to specialists and other activities.
We cover the whole state except for residents living on Prudence Island and Block Island.