Providence ElderPlace is an innovative program known as PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly), a comprehensive care model that offers health, housing, social service and care coordination solutions to older adults and peace of mind to their families. We are dedicated to providing dignified care to seniors in a compassionate environment built on principles of responsive service, top-quality health care and trust.
PACE programs are nationwide and keep older adults as healthy as possible and living in the community for as long as possible. PACE is widely viewed as a program that enhances the quality of life for seniors.
At ElderPlace, comprehensive care means that our members receive a complete package of services including:
- Primary medical care by geriatric trained physicians and nurse practitioners
- Specialty medical care, including dental, hearing, vision and foot care
- Physical, occupational and speech therapy
- Recreational and therapeutic activities
- Prescription and over-the-counter medications
- All necessary medical equipment and supplies
- Inpatient hospital care and outpatient surgery
- Laboratory tests and procedures
- Emergency services
- Adult day services, social activities and meals
- In-home care and services
- Housing options, as needed
- Transportation from home to and from medical appointments, the social center and ElderPlace coordinated events and outings
- And much more
ElderPlace Health and Social Centers
Participants attend one of eight Health and Social Centers on a regular basis. Transportation is provided. At the center, participants receive comprehensive integrated care from their ElderPlace team of health care and social service professionals and our affiliates. For those who are unable to attend a Health and Social Center, their team will visit them at home. At the centers, Participants may also join in a number of scheduled activities, socialize with friends and enjoy a nutritious, tasty lunch during their visit.
Most Participants live in the surrounding community either in their own home or with family, in an assisted living or residential care facility (ALF or RCF) or an adult care home (ACH). ElderPlace contracts with hundreds of these facilities throughout Multnomah County and in designated areas of Washington County.
ElderPlace also operates three supported housing facilities, one each in the Irvington Village, Glendoveer and Cully neighborhoods. Each facility is licensed by the state of Oregon and staffed by Providence ElderPlace employees.
Learn more about housing options here.
For those living in their own home or with a family member, ElderPlace can provide varying levels of support to help keep them living safely and comfortably on their own.
Learn more about Providence ElderPlace in-home services here.
ElderPlace eligibility guidelines are mandated in its role as a federally recognized, nationwide PACE program. Individuals are eligible if they are:
- Age 55 or older;
- Living in or willing to relocate to Multnomah County or designated areas of Washington County;
- In need of support services as defined by the state of Oregon; and
- Able to live in a community setting
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We understand that choosing care for yourself or a family member can be an overwhelming task. The professionals at Providence ElderPlace will take the time to listen and to help you understand your options so you can make the choice that is right for you or your family.
Please contact us today by calling us at 503-215-6556 or filling out our online information request form. We look forward to assisting you.