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Florida PACE Providers Association

Helping Florida Seniors Live Well At Home

WHO IS FPPA?

FPPA is the Florida PACE Providers Association. We are a nonprofit, 501(c)(6) organization dedicated to unifying all PACE providers in Florida under a united purpose: to grow and advance the PACE model of care statewide. This mutual goal is a testament to our commitment to improving the overall health and quality of life of Florida’s seniors while ensuring that they are safely receiving the care they need while living at home.

We believe that every senior in Florida deserves access to quality healthcare that meets their unique circumstances. And we invite you to join our efforts to make our mission a reality. Whether you are an organization interested in becoming an FPPA affiliate member or seeking a PACE provider in your community, we’re here to help.

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What is Pace?

PACE is the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. This model of care is specially designed to help seniors live safely at home and within the communities they love while enhancing their overall health and quality of life. An effective alternative to nursing home care, PACE brings together seniors, their families and loved ones, caregivers, and qualified healthcare providers to create a personalized, coordinated care plan that includes both home and community-based services.

Part of that care plan is a team of interdisciplinary professionals who specialize in providing a range of senior care services, from preventive and primary care to acute and long-term care. Members of a PACE care team may include physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, therapists, drivers, care aides, and more.

PACE providers are contracted by the State of Florida to provide a full array of care and services to seniors. These services may be offered at a PACE center, where seniors can receive primary and therapeutic care, participate in recreational and socialization activities, and have a warm meal with their peers. At home, PACE may provide tailored care services and safety support such as ramps, grab bars, and more.

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Based on your specific needs, your coordinated care plan could include:

  • Medical care provided by PACE physicians
  • Physical, occupational and recreational therapies
  • Medical specialists in areas of audiology, dentistry, optometry, podiatry
  • All necessary prescription drugs
  • Day center facilities
  • Home health care
  • Transportation
  • Preventative care
  • Respite care
  • Personal care
  • Social services
  • Hospital and nursing home care when needed
  • Lab and diagnostic services
  • Meals and nutritional counseling

What Makes Pace Programs So Special?

With PACE, seniors have a customized, comprehensive care plan that caters to their unique needs. From transportation assistance to medication management or help with daily activities, PACE helps seniors stay independent while they enjoy their golden years.

To qualify for PACE, you must:

  • Be 55 years of age or older
  • Live within a PACE Center service area
  • Able to live safely in the community with the help of PACE services
  • Meet the medical eligibility requirements for needing a nursing home level of care, as determined by the State of Florida.

Find a Provider

We have a variety of providers available across the state of Florida and are working to help start additional PACE programs in new communities every day. Please use the map below to easily locate a PACE provider near you.
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BoldAge PACE

www.BoldAgePACE.com

(855) 801-2653

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Florida PACE Centers

www.FloridaPACECenters.org

(786) 933-7223

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Hope PACE®

www.hopepace.org

(239) 985-6400

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InnovAge

www.innovage.com

844-893-0947