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TIME FLIES WHEN YOU’RE DEDICATED TO SENIORS (By Caroline Dipping | San Diego Union Tribune – December 18, 2012)

 Retirement community has been CEO’s life work. Cheryl Wilson’s nursing career began in the Australian outback, where she helped treat sick and injured people under primitive conditions. When she moved to San Diego’s South County in 1970 and helped co-found what was then called the Imperial Beach Free Clinic, she found herself again working with limited resources and conditions that tested her ingenuity and fortitude.


Vial of Life Can Save Lives (San Diego County New Center)

“In its simplest form, the program is about putting emergency information onto a form where paramedics and emergency responders can find it on your refrigerator,” said Marty Dare, who works with the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Family Caregiver Support Program.” READ FULL ARTICLELast updated on January 30th, 2019 at 04:02 pm


Seniors find independence at PACE (

For some senior citizens, seemingly simple tasks, such as preparing a meal or making a doctor appointment, can become arduous obstacles. For those living in Uptown, help can be found through St. Paul’s Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). The PACE community center is located at 111 Elm St. in Bankers Hill. PACE’s mission is to help low-income seniors live healthy, happy lives by providing comprehensive medical care and support

Free PACE Evaluation

Qualifications (required):

I am over 55 years of age
I live in San Diego County
I have a chronic medical condition
I have Medi-Cal

Last updated on May 14th, 2019 at 10:01 am