But as we age, in order to maintain an independent lifestyle at home, we often
require a helping hand and medical assistance. Huron Valley PACE® provides
an alternative to nursing home care for participants – allowing seniors to remain
independent in their own homes and communities. Participants may receive medical
and supportive services in our Day Center located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The Day
Center houses a primary care medical clinic, as well as several areas for recreational
activities, and also provides a hot meal for lunch. We also offer a variety of services
that can be provided in the comfort of your own home. We have relationships with
many specialists and providers in the community to ensure that participants get the
care they need.

Huron Valley PACE® will serve Washtenaw and Monroe Counties, as well as parts
of Oakland, Wayne and Livingston Counties. PACE® services may be covered
by Medicare and/or Medicaid.

 

Primary & Specialty Care
Preventive Services & Education
Nursing Care
Medications
Nutrition Counseling & Meals
Activities & Social Opportunities
Optometry & Dental
Home Health & Personal Care
\ Assisted Living Services
Caregiver Respite
Hospital & Long-Term Care
All Medicare & Medicaid
Covered Services
Medical Equipment
Physical, Occupational
    & Speech Therapy
Medical Transportation
Other Services as Necessary

The Primary Goal of Huron Valley PACE® is to
provide members of the community the care and
medical treatment they need in order to help them
live in their homes for as long as possible.

We achieve this goal by offering a comprehensive package of 
services, delivered by a team of healthcare professionals.


Huron Valley PACE® allows seniors to remain
independent in their own homes and communities.

PACE® (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a program that
helps people meet their health care needs in the community instead of
going to a nursing home or other care facility. With PACE®, teams of
health care professionals focus on the unique needs and circumstances
of participants and their families to make sure they get the coordinated
care they need. A participant may be fully liable for the costs of medical
services from an out-of-network provider, or without prior authorization
(except in emergency situations).

In order to join the Huron Valley PACE®
program an individual must:

        Be Age 55 or Older
        Live Within the Huron Valley PACE® Service Area
        Meet Nursing Home Care Criteria
        Be Able to Live Safely in the Community with
           the Support of Huron Valley PACE®

Huron Valley PACE® was established by United Methodist
Retirement Communities and Area Agency on Aging 1B,
non-profit organizations dedicated to the health and
well-being of older adults in the communities they serve.