PACE provides care to frail elders who want to remain living in the community. The interdisciplinary team works with clients and families to develop a careplan that represents common goals. Clients may benefit from any of the following services. Services must be deemed medically necessary, approved by the team and provided by or authorized by the PACE team (except emergency services). Cost incurred by PACE participants for unauthorized or out of PACE program agreement services may be the responsibility of the participant.
- Multidisciplinary assessment and treatment planning.
- Primary care services and specialty care as needed.
- Social Work Services.
- Rehabilitation Services- physical, occupational and speech.
- Personal care and homemaker services.
- Nutritional counseling and home delivered meals as necessary.
- Recreation therapy.
- Routine prevention care such as audiology, dentistry, optometry and podiatry.
- Prescription medication.
- Laboratory tests, x-rays and other diagnostic procedures.
- Prosthetics, orthotics, durable medical equipment, eyeglasses and lenses, hearing aids, dentures and repair and maintenance of these items.