PACE has been a nationwide program since the 1970s. It began in San Francisco as a grassroots effort and since then, has continually proven to meet the needs of older adults seeking a complete health care system while allowing them to stay home. There are PACE programs throughout the U.S. today.
As a part of the PACE program, Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan provides for all the health care and social needs of older adults who enroll. We support older adults with chronic care needs and their families enabling them to remain in their homes.
Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan is for:
• Older adults who want to live at home but need support.
• Caregivers caring for older adults living at home.
• Health professionals who want to help older adults living at home remain at home.
As a PACE Provider, Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan helps people live independently at home with a high quality of life. Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan and PACE provide health care in the home and community to older adults who would otherwise live in nursing homes. Learn more about PACE on our Services page.
Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan is a service of Volunteers of America. VOA is a respected nonprofit, faith-based organization. Nationwide, VOA helps nearly two million people every year through health services and programs for children, teens, adults, and entire families.
The PACE Health Center is an important part of Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan. Here, older adults receive health care, nutritious meals and participate in activities with others so they can remain active, socialize and make new friends. The Center offers one location where doctors, nurses and other health care professionals can deliver treatment and monitor a participant’s health.
The Center is open five days a week.
Last Updated on July 25, 2022 by admin