This ground-breaking gathering is North Carolina’s first-ever statewide convening of professionals, providers, advocates, policy-makers and community leaders dedicated to improving and expanding PACE (Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) for the benefit of our seniors in need, their families, and the state as a whole. With the increasing numbers of frail elderly, the rising cost of providing care to this population and the growing desire of people to age-in-place, there has never been a greater need or a better time to learn about this innovative approach to health care. Join us as we explain, explore and enhance PACE in North Carolina!
Join us on Monday, March 10 at 1pm for the following panel discussion:
Housing for PACE Participants
The ability to live safely at home with the support of PACE is a requirement for enrolling in the program. But how do we keep lower income frail elderly out of more expensive assisted living and costly nursing homes when safe and affordable housing is not available? Hear how PACE programs are addressing this issue, from partnerships with affordable housing developers to other innovative ideas.
- Lane Sarver - Affordable Housing Developer, Lane Sarver and Associates
- Aimee Reimann - COO, United Church Homes and Services