It's difficult for some seniors to remain at home. Help is available through PACE CNY

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Loretto is pleased to introduce you to PACE CNY, an innovative program available to residents of Onondaga County. PACE CNY is a separate not-for-profit corporation of Loretto which, since 1926, has provided long-term care services to the disabled and chronically ill. We welcome you as a potential participant in this plan.

The purpose of PACE CNY is to provide a wide spectrum of care and services to individuals who would otherwise qualify for nursing home care. From primary care physicians and nurse practitioners to social workers and dietitians, the PACE CNY team can provide home care services in the participant's home, day health centers, hospitals or long-term facilities, if needed. On-call health care coverage by doctors and nurses is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.


Visit Medicare's website

Click here for our NON-DISCRIMINATION NOTICE - English This page links to PDF files. Use this link to download Adobe Reader if needed.
NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT - English -PACE CNY complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, or source of payment.
NON-DISCRIMINATION TAGLINE - English - ATTENTION: If you speak English, language assistance services, free of charge, are available to you. Call 1-315-452-5800, Toll-free 1-888-728-7223
(TTY: 1-800-662-1220).
For other languages, click here.

The Aging Well series from Spectrum TV News offers information and helpful advice for older adults. PACE is mentioned in the following segments:

Aging Well: Home upgrades help seniors live safer, healthy lives

Aging Well: Seniors learning to adapt to modern technology

Aging Well: Folks Should Plan for Next Stage of Life Early

Aging Well: Preventing the Holiday Blues

Aging Well: How to "Age Well"

Aging Well: When to Stop Driving

Aging Well: Medication Management


Home & Business Owners Encouraged to Clear Sidewalks

PACE CNY at Lights on the Lake:

New PACE Center a Success!McAuliffe Center

Since opening in July 2015, the new PACE Center in East Syracuse has been receiving rave reviews. Participants and staff appreciate the special features in the facility like the state of the art therapy room, spacious light filled day center rooms, and welcoming outdoor patio.





Do you know someone who needs help with everyday activities?

Do you worry about a loved one alone at home?

Don't wait until you face a crisis. Learn more about your choices with PACE CNY and plan for the future.


Call (315) 452-5800 for details.
Toll free 1-888-728-7223
TTY# 1-800-662-1220

Setting the Pace since 1997

MKT12.08 Approved 9-20-12 & Last Reviewed 5-23-18