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A DAY IN THE LIFE

TYPICAL PACE
PARTICIPANT
A LOOK
INSIDE PACE
 

TYPICAL PACE PARTICIPANT

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PACE provides care for the most vulnerable of older adults. The typical PACE participant has 5 or more chronic conditions and 46% have dementia.

5 Chronic Conditions of PACE Participants

Vascular

Disease

Diabetes

with

Chronic

Complications

Major Depressive, Bipolar and Paranoid Disorders

Polyneuropathy

Congestive Heart Failure

Activities of Daily Living

35% of participants require assistance with between 5-6 Activities of Daily Living.  At the PACE center, participants can receive assistance with bathing, dressing and even laundry services!

IN AN AVERAGE MONTH

9

8

10

Prescriptions Received

Visits to PACE Center

In Home Personal Care Contacts

95%

of Participants Live in the Community

97.5%

of Caregivers would Recommend PACE

Dressing

Bathing

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Transferring

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Toileting

Eating

Walking

At your PACE, Everything in  ONE PLACE!

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Therapy (PT/OT) Encounters

Page Edits Made: 03/05/2021

 
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A LOOK INSIDE PACE

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Overview

Social Area

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360 Interactive Tour

 

BEFORE I FOUND PACE

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Charles Laughery - Caring for Mother with Dementia

Charles Laughery, along with his wife and three daughters, is a Caregiver in San Diego for his mother, Jean, who has dementia. Jean requires 24-hour supervision. Jean is a participant at St. Paul's PACE, which provides caregiver support to her family. View the full length video here.

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Khaadija Shabazz - Caring for Mother with Dementia

Khaadija Shabazz has cared for her mother since she was diagnosed with dementia. Her mother is now enrolled in PACE Southeast Michigan, which allows her mother to continue living independently in their community with the assistance they provide. View the full length video here.

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