The Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly is a model of care centered around the belief that the well-being of seniors with chronic care needs, and their families, are better served in their own communities whenever possible.

STAYING AT HOME: Your Goal, Our Priority

Getting older is hard enough. Yet for those living with multiple long-term illnesses, it can be overwhelming. Where can you turn for support? PACE has provided specialized care for older adults for more than 40 years across the nation. Teams of dedicated staff work closely with you to create a personalized care plan you are comfortable and confident in. Our goal is to provide helpful tools and resources you may need to remain safe and well while living in the community.

PACE Program

Ascension Living PACE is a member of the National PACE Association.  The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) provides medical and support services to keep older adults safe in the community.  To qualify for PACE, a person must be age 55 or better and live in a PACE service area.  The Care Team assesses each person to determine if they are eligible in meeting the state’s certification for “nursing home level of care” criteria and if they can live safely in their home with PACE support and services.
Ascension Living  PACE programs help serve older adults who are 55 or older and live in a PACE service area. To find a program near you click below.

We are growing! Stay tuned for updates!

Construction on our new location has officially begun! Here is the current progress of our new Ascension Living PACE program.

Watch us grow as construction continues at our new location for Ascension Living HOPE in Wichita, KS. 


  • Who is Eligible?

       • 55 years of age or better

       • Live in PACE Service Area

       • Qualify for Nursing Home level of care 

       • Able to live safely in the community with the help of PACE at the time of enrollment



  • What services does PACE provide?
    • The IDT is your Interdisciplinary Team and a team approach to manage and provide all PACE participant services.  The IDT is made up of 11 disciplines which integrate both clinical and social care.  This care is provided across all settings and even includes prescriptions, transportation and meals.  

    • The IDT is responsible for the groundwork of a participant’s care with the creation of their individualized care plan.  The diversity and expertise of the IDT ensures that all the needs of the participants are being met with an all-inclusive, integrated, and centralized plan.    
  • I really like my specialist (cardiologist, oncologist, etc.).
    Can I keep seeing him/her after I join PACE?
    PACE medical and supportive services are overseen by our care team with 11 fields of expertise.  Each care team member has experience working with older adults.  The care team creates and provides primary care oversight of your personalized PACE plan of care. 

    Plus, PACE has a variety of medical and supportive experts in their growing network of services.  Your current specialists and service providers could be in this network.  PACE care and services are centered around each participant and their unique needs.

PACE Resources

Other than Emergency services, all PACE participants agree to receive all services from PACE staff and its network of providers and may be fully and personally liable for the costs of unauthorized or out-of-network services.

Learn more about Ascension Living communities and services

We’ve only begun to tell you our communities, service options, and residents’ stories. There’s much more to Ascension Living, and what you and your family may want to understand about:

  • Our residences, accommodations and at-home services
  • Our inclusive and innovative culture
  • Our local community presence and national network leverage
  • Our professional, compassionate, devoted caregivers