Published on September 21, 2012
PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) celebrates five years of providing care and services to the elderly of the Archdiocese of New Orleans with “Music and Memories” held today, Friday, September 21st from 1-3PM at the Shirley Landry Benson PACE Center (4201 N. Rampart Street in New Orleans). The celebration for PACE participants, family, friends and supporters includes great food and music provided by local vendors. Congratulations to PACE’s wonderful staff, Board of Directors, participants and friends for achieving this great milestone!
PACE promotes the health, independence and dignity of senior citizens. PACE’s mission is to enable frail older adults to live in their homes and in the community as long as medically and socially feasible. It is a comprehensive healthcare program which includes an Adult Day Health Center, primary and specialty physician care, medications, rehabilitative therapy, personal care services and transportation. The majority of services are provided on site with a focus on preventative care. For more about PACE, click here.