Elder care: Picking up the PACE
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Elder care: Picking up the PACE

ElderPlus, a day-care program for adults in Baltimore, is part of the Program for All-Inclusive Care for Elderly (PACE), which provides comprehensive medical and social services to frail, low-income seniors with serious health problems. (Renato Perez/Kaiser Health News)

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