DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF) — On September 7, state lawmakers and local elected officials from the Dayton area will come together to hear more about the Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and the initiatives being taken to bring the program to the area.

The vast majority of PACE’s clients qualify for both Medicaid and Medicare.

Those who attend the roundtable legislative discussion on September 7 will hear presentations from an active PACE provider, aging services providers within the Dayton region, and an update on legislative efforts to expand the program.

McGregor PACE has 3-locations for Adult Day Health Centers in greater Cleveland. They include PACE at Forest Hill, Pace at Warrensville Heights and PACE at the Senior Health & Wellness Center, Brooklyn Ohio.