A unique program designed to meet the needs of a unique population.
For those seniors who have the ability to remain independent in their own homes, PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) may be the solution!
ESPNS (Elder Service Plan of the North Shore) is a non-profit organization. PACE is an innovative model of care that enables eligible seniors to remain in their own communities rather than being placed in long-term care facilities.
Based on a system of care that was begun in the early 1970′s in San Francisco’s Chinatown, the PACE model provides one stop comprehensive health and social services for its participants.
PACE’s goal is to maximize the health and functioning levels of program enrollees to enable them to continue living in the community. To accomplish this, the program:
- Provides a comprehensive range of preventive, primary, acute and long-term care services.
- Uses and integrated interdisciplinary team to manage care.
- Develops appropriate community-based alternatives to providing care in institutional settings, whenever possible.
- Consolidates capitated funding from Medicare and Medicaid to finance service as needed.
Established in 1995, the Elder Service Plan of the North Shore’s PACE Program began operating with 20 participants and seven employees. Over the past several years we have provided services to over 1400 participants and currently have over 210 employees. Our current client base of over 760 participants are served from one of our six Adult Day Health Centers in the North Shore.
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583 Chestnut Street, Suite 8
Lynn, MA 01904
T: 781-592-2900 | F: 781-592-2903