About PACE@Home


PACE@Home is a Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly that allows individuals in need of skilled nursing home care to remain in their home or community setting. PACE@Home is a voluntary, medical/social-based model of care for those who are eligible.

PACE@Home creates an individualized plan of care for each participant. This person-centered plan of care is developed, reviewed, and updated regularly by the interdisciplinary team to ensure that each participant’s needs are addressed. The interdisciplinary team consists of:

  • Physician

  • Registered nurse

  • Social worker

  • Dietitian

  • Physical therapist

  • Occupational therapist

  • Speech therapist

  • Activities coordinator

  • Home care

I would not give up PACE@Home for anything. They really are there to make you feel good. I have come a long way with their help.
— PACE@Home Participant

The PACE Model of Care

PACE@Home's all-inclusive program flexibly offers participants the following:

  • A team of professionals that plan, deliver, and oversee care.

  • A PACE center where many services are readily accessible, including care coordinated by the PACE physician, nurses, therapists, social workers, and personal care assistants.

  • A flat capitated payment system that allows PACE providers to respond to the needs of each participant, rather than a fee-for-service system.

  • Transportation that connects participants to the PACE center and other medical services in the community.

To learn more, call PACE@Home at (828) 468-3980 or email info@pace-at-home.org

updated 2.21.19