PACE – Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly
In addition to the list below, PACE also includes services deemed necessary by your team to improve and maintain your overall health.
- Primary care physician
- On call 24 hours a day, seven days a week
- Specialty medical care (e.g. cardiology, nephrology, orthopedic surgery, etc.)
- Women’s services
- Nursing care
- Optometry and eye care
- Dentistry and dentures
- Audiology and hearing aids
- Podiatry, diabetic shoes and orthotics
- Psychiatric care
- Physical, occupational, and speech rehabilitation therapy
- Prescription drugs and durable medical equipment
- Preventative services and education
- Out-patient services
- Lab Tests
- Outpatient Surgery
- Emergency medical services
- Ambulance services
- Hospital inpatient care as needed
- Nursing home care as needed
- Recreational activities
- Social services
- Nutritional counseling and meals
- Designed to be safe and comfortable
- Equipped with wheelchair and walker lifts
- Caregiver respite
- Respite Care & Caregiver Education
- Home health and home care services
- Skilled Nursing
- Physical & Occupational Therapy
- Personal Care
- Chore Services
- Meal Preparation
- End of Life Care
Elderhaus at the Lake – Adult Day Center
As we age, new questions and challenges arise: How will I preserve my physical health? Will I still have the option of living independently? What will my quality of life be? Elderhaus is committed to addressing these concerns by offering community-oriented adult day care services.
Participants in our program may receive transportation to and from our facility, care provided by Certified Nursing Assistants, snacks and lunches appropriate for their dietary needs, and an on-site Licensed Nurse available to provide follow-up care in accordance with a physician’s orders.
In addition to these services, seniors are engaged throughout the day with group activities, the option for physical exercise, and interaction with volunteers and community organizations.
Adult Day Health Center
- On-Site Physician/Medical Supervision
- Nursing Care
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Recreational Therapy
- Activities & Exercise
- Nutritional Counseling
- Social Services
Elderhaus Home Care
Is independent living becoming difficult for you or someone you love? If you need assistance with everyday basics – dressing, preparing meals, remembering your medications – Elderhaus can help. Our Certified Nursing Assistants are competent, compassionate, and have been carefully vetted to ensure you are provided the best care possible.
Clients must be 18 years of age or older and live within the Elderhaus PACE Home Care service area of New Hanover and eastern Brunswick counties. The Registered Nurse’s assessment must determine that Elderhaus PACE Home Care can safely meet the needs of the client, and the client must have a payment source that is accepted by Elderhaus PACE Home Care.
“The people are all very well trained. They know their job. They know our needs. They probably know our needs before we do. Their doors are always open if you need to go and talk to them.”
– Elderhaus Participant
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Elderhaus is proud to offer this service to the community. Our focus is on prevention and wellness with a commitment to enhance the quality of life for seniors and their families. Complete the form below to learn more.