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Snow, ice, and cold temperatures can make staying active a challenge in winter. Here are some ways seniors can stay active at home when the weather isn't cooperating.
Serving more seniors with PACE means increasing awareness of the program, but it also means bricks and mortar to build more centers.
Falls can lead to serious injuries for older adults. Read three tips to make your home safer.
Three new faces in InnovAge ads portray real participants in InnovAge PACE | LIFE.
Seniors and their caregivers shared their thoughts and fears on aging, and a desire to age in their own homes.
InnovAge's new marketing campaign features a loyal veteran, a tai chi aficionado, and an aerobics powerhouse.
Dr. Ann Wells, chief medical officer for population health, speaks with America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) about the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), and how the program addresses social determinants of health (SDOH).
State leaders joined InnovAge to celebrate the grand opening of the new Richmond PACE center in Virginia.
Robin Doerr, chief sales and marketing officer, talks with Modern Healthcare about InnovAge’s award winning campaign, 'We Help You Be You.'
InnovAge was featured on WPVI 6ABC news in Philadelphia for the grand opening of the Pennsylvania LIFE - Henry Avenue Center.
InnovAge continues its partnership with the Alliance for Health Policy in an effort to educate policy makers and others about the Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly.
InnovAge and NewCourtland Senior Services celebrated the grand opening of InnovAge’s Pennsylvania LIFE - Henry Avenue Center and NewCourtland’s Apartments.
InnovAge has been recognized for delivering quality, patient-centered care by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
InnovAge participants and their families share their thoughts about PACE.
InnovAge staff connected with federal, state, and local policymakers at this year's Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) annual conference.
For millions of seniors, maintaining [their] independence is far from guaranteed. All the more reason why InnovAge—a senior health care provider based in Denver and committed to helping seniors stay independent and in their communities—is seen as a leader in the field.
Participants at InnovAge come from different backgrounds and communities. At InnovAge, our employees come up with unique ways to keep participants engaged.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has recognized InnovAge for the second time since 2015 for its commitment for caring for seniors.
A newly married InnovAge participant shares her story on what it's like to be a part of the Thornton PACE center in Colorado.
Social worker Justin Collins shares his perspective on how he ensures PACE participants are safe and secure.
President and CEO Maureen Hewitt shares feedback from the second annual anonymous survey, in which employees ranked InnovAge higher than last year as a Great Place to Work.
Celebrate summer with food and music, while learning about LIFE at a community Senior Day on July 27 hosted by InnovAge's Allegheny LIFE center.
Maintaining good oral health in older adults is important to help identify or prevent other medical issues.
Under an all-female leadership team, InnovAge has nearly doubled enrollment, facilities, and staff, with more plans for growth.
Explore these links with helpful information and resources for seniors and caregivers.
HCC coding is part of a larger narrative that helps us better understand our senior participants’ healthcare needs and treat them effectively
Learn about our strategy to improve care for seniors through PACE, and explore data on vaccination rates, participant and caregiver satisfaction, and more.
Construction has begun on the first phase of the redevelopment of the former Liddonfield Homes site which will include a new InnovAge LIFE center.
Older adult have a high-risk for strokes, learn the symptoms now so that you can act quickly and seek treatment immediately.
How InnovAge PACE programs are helping families care for loved ones.
At InnovAge, it’s important that everyone feels welcomed and valued in our PACE | LIFE centers from coast to coast.
Stress affects both seniors and caregivers. Take steps to alleviate stress for yourself and loved ones.
Older adults can manage diabetes while still maintaining their health.
Here are some questions and answers about two common heart health issues.
Check out some helpful statistics about the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) at InnovAge.
If you or a loved one is going through a change, here are some ideas that may help ease the transition.
Stay informed with helpful tips, resources, and information about senior care.