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St Paul’s PACE Helps Seniors Stay Independent (San Diego Source – The Daily Transcript)

It’s disheartening for seniors to lose their independence. Nearly 65 years after the end of World War II, the Baby Boomer generation has entered its silver years and not all is golden. In the United States, about 3 million people work in direct-care jobs, mainly with the elderly, as nursing assistants, home health aides, and personal care aides. San Diego County has more than 330,000 individuals who are 65 years


Every Day is Senior Health and Fitness Day St. Paul’s PACE Participants

As our life expectancy increases, so does our realization that we must retain in our personal fitness to fully enjoy an active lifestyle. For seniors at St. Paul’s PACE , physical activity and health are far more than choice. For these frail senior s, health and fitness are the keys to their independence that allows them to re main in their homes and community. St. Paul’s PACE, a nonprofit organization,


The Pace Program – Alternatives To Nursing Homes ( Guide – December 16, 2010 in News Stories)

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a comprehensive care delivery system that allows those who would be traditionally thought of as nursing home residents to continue living at home while receiving services. It provides an alternative to nursing homes. This model of care will become increasingly important as the concept of medical homes evolves and the emphasis for care continues to shift away from more acute

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