Project PACE Serving Western Plainview

Project PACE is a state-funded NNORC program to provide programming and services to help older adults (ages 60+) age-in-place in their homes in Western Plainview. According to New York State Office for the Aging guidelines, the programs listed below are for residents of Project PACE – adults over age 60 residing in Plainview west of route 135, with limited exceptions*.

Services provided:

– Consultation with a community health nurse for non-emergency medical questions and concerns

– Emotional support and assistance from a licensed social worker to access benefits and resources

– Subsidized transportation to local medical appointments

– Facilitation of online grocery orders and linkage with home delivered meals

– Educational, social, and wellness programs, including virtual and hybrid programming

Please call Genevieve Gans 516-822-3535 x391 with any questions.

Phone In Fun Days!

To request a packet with Bingo boards and other activity sheets for our Phone-In Fun Days, call Genevieve at 516.822.3535, x391.

First and Third week of each month BINGO for small prizes!

Second and Fourth Week of the month – other interactive trivia and word games.

Thursdays at 2:00 pm

Call in Toll-Free from any phone, our join us by video conference on Zoom!
Dial In: 1-888-788-0099 Meeting ID: 834 9066 9534 Or visit and enter meeting code 834 9066 9534