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PACE In-Home Care

Stay safe in your home and not in a nursing home.

 

Home Safety Evaluation

One of the first steps in joining PACE is a home safety evaluation with our nurse to assess fall risks and tripping hazards. These hazards may include loose rugs, electrical cords or clutter. Our team might also suggest and indicate improvements that could make the home safer and more accessible for the potential participant. This may include wheelchair ramps or grab bars, and other in-home enhancements that are considered medically necessary. These improvements are provided at no cost to participants as they are part of the PACE at home all-inclusive care.

Personal Care Assistance

Sometimes personal care assistance in the participant’s home is an essential part of retaining independence. Gary and Mary West PACE can provide skilled home healthcare for participants when deemed medically necessary by the PACE at home interdisciplinary team. Once a need is validated, PACE can provide personal care in the privacy of your own home, with home health and personal care staff and the provision of equipment and supplies.

 

Assistance Areas

Care staff will assist with daily living activities, which also may include:

  • Medication management
  • Incontinence care
  • In-home injections and blood draws
  • Support after hospitalization
  • Medication reminders
  • Bathing and dressing
  • Light meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping

 

Please note that GMWP participants must receive all needed healthcare, including primary care and specialist physician services (other than emergency services) from GMWP or a person or company authorized by GMWP. GMWP participants may be fully and personally liable for the costs of any out-of-network services.

 

 

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Ready to Enroll or Need More Information?

Call or visit us to discuss your options and eligibility.

Stay safe in your home and not in a nursing home.

 

Home Safety Evaluation

One of the first steps in joining PACE is a home safety evaluation with our nurse to assess fall risks and tripping hazards. These hazards may include loose rugs, electrical cords or clutter. Our team might also suggest and indicate improvements that could make the home safer and more accessible for the potential participant. This may include wheelchair ramps or grab bars, and other in-home enhancements that are considered medically necessary. These improvements are provided at no cost to participants as they are part of the PACE at home all-inclusive care.

Personal Care Assistance

Sometimes personal care assistance in the participant’s home is an essential part of retaining independence. Gary and Mary West PACE can provide skilled home healthcare for participants when deemed medically necessary by the PACE at home interdisciplinary team. Once a need is validated, PACE can provide personal care in the privacy of your own home, with home health and personal care staff and the provision of equipment and supplies.

 

Assistance Areas

Care staff will assist with daily living activities, which also may include:

  • Medication management
  • Incontinence care
  • In-home injections and blood draws
  • Support after hospitalization
  • Medication reminders
  • Bathing and dressing
  • Light meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping

 

Please note that GMWP participants must receive all needed healthcare, including primary care and specialist physician services (other than emergency services) from GMWP or a person or company authorized by GMWP. GMWP participants may be fully and personally liable for the costs of any out-of-network services.

 

 

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Ready to Enroll or Need More Information?

Call or visit us to discuss your options and eligibility.

Page last updated on October 14, 2020

Website H3563 GMWP Website 1 CMS approved 01/04/2019