What is PACE?

PACE has been a nationwide program since the 1970s. It began in San Francisco as a grassroots effort. Since then, PACE has continually proven to meet the needs of elders seeking a complete health care system while allowing them to stay home. There are PACE programs throughout the U.S. today.

As a PACE program, Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan provides for all the health care and social needs of seniors who enroll. We support seniors with chronic health care needs and their families, enabling seniors to remain in their homes.

PACE: The Future of Long-term Care

Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan Services

All covered Medicare and Medicaid Services to include:

  • Adult day health care at our PACE Center
  • Medical transportation
  • Medical and specialty care
  • Nursing care (including at home)
  • Prescription and over-the-counter drug coverage as recommended by the IDT
  • Medical equipment and supplies
  • Support with meals
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapies
  • Respite services for caregivers
  • Homemaker and personal care
  • Modifications to the home
  • Fun activities at our Center
  • Dental care, including dentures
  • Vision care, including glasses
  • Hearing care (audiology and hearing aids)
  • Podiatry
  • Mental health and social services
  • End-of-life care
  • Hospital and nursing home care, if needed
  • Emergency medical services
  • Lab work, X-rays and testing
  • 24-hour access to our care team

Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan does not discriminate in the delivery of services based on race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, mental or physical disabilities or source of payment.