Events & Highlights

There's always a community event, fundraiser, or field trip around the corner at St. Paul's Senior Services!

2017 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report reflects another wonderful year at St. Paul’s. We have served San Diego seniors by educating lawmakers, providing “sundries” through the generous contributions from the community to those in need, continued our tradition of excellent service to seniors and children, and so much more.

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Nutrition Tips for Seniors: The Importance of Good Nutrition

As a senior, practicing proper nutrition is one of the biggest ways to improve your health and maintain a state of excellent well-being overall. Nutrition For Seniors Though making the correct dietary choices for your body can get somewhat more complicated with age, eating right can still be enjoyable and is well worth the small lifestyle changes you may have to make. To help you learn more about the importance of good

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How to Transition Into an Assisted Living Community Stress-Free

While transitioning your elderly loved one into an assisted living community is certainly a big step, it doesn’t have to be a stressful one. By taking the time to find the right place, prepare your loved one for the move, and help him or her get settled after moving, you can ensure that the transition into assisted living is seamless for everyone involved. In this post, our assisted living professionals at

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Scams Targeting Seniors

How to Detect & Avoid Scams Targeting Seniors Studies consistently show that seniors are disproportionately affected by financial scams. Whether it’s an IRS scam, a tech support scam, or some other variation, seniors tend to be affected the worst. This discriminatory targeting takes place because seniors have more money saved than other groups, as a


OLLI classes at St. Paul’s Plaza

Join the intellectual fun for adults age 50+ right in your neighborhood! Now that the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at SDSU offers courses at St. Paul’s Plaza in Chula Vista, you too can discover our affordable university-quality courses. Every semester, we feature an exciting lineup of lectures, workshops, book clubs, and Edventures (2–8 hour local fi eld trips paired with a presentation/lecture). We invite you to join our diverse community


Memory Care Program

In July 2010, the first resident moved into the Memory Care Program located on the first floor of the St. Paul’s Villa. The program is designed to create a home-like atmosphere through a resident-centered individualized approach to care and living. Justin Weber, Administrator of the St. Paul’s Villa remembers, “Until the Memory Care program opened, St. Paul’s had to discharge residents with advanced memory impairment. It broke our hearts. That’s why we created


Art is Making a Difference at PACE

St. Paul’s Senior Homes & Services – A “new stART” at St. Paul’s PACE Have you ever attempted to paint on canvas, and didn’t know where to begin? PACE participants have had a completely different experience with canvas. For the past 6 weeks, they have become artists with the instruction and guidance of Linda Bounds.  Her art program, called “new stARTs” uses a multi-sensory art approach that reaches out to individuals facing


Blanket Drive

The participants at St. Paul’s PACE were the fortunate recipients of the Christ Church Coronado’s Quarterly Project. This quarter, they decided to support low-income seniors  On October 25, volunteers from Christ Church arrived at PACE with a huge selection of blankets to meet the needs and tastes of every participant.  After blankets were distributed and so many grinning faces could be seen, the participants joined in making door wreaths and sharing the many


Lunch & Learn – Friday, June 30th, 2017

Please join us for a delicious lunch at the Plaza and enjoy our presentation. Friday, June 30th, 2017 11 am to 1 pm Guest Speaker: Veronica Mitchell/Laura Ann’s Helping Hands “Healthy Aging” After lunch/presentation, we invite you to tour our newest Senior Resort Retirement Community: St. Paul’s Plaza, 1420 East Palomar Street, Chula Vista, CA 91913 RSVP by June 26th, 2017 to Mary Johnson @ (619)591-0600 or See you at the Plaza!

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Education Series – July 13th, 2017

As San Diego’s leader in Senior Care, St. Paul’s is committed to providing guidance to those seeking knowledge about the aging process. Casual, informative discussions anyone can attend. Our educational forum on July 13th is a discussion on some of the hottest topics in aging for older adults and family: Kevin McAninch, CEO of AgeWell Care Solutions will help you navigate through the health care maze. Valerie Upham, Realtor with Pacific Sotheby’s will


Top Tech Tips for Caregivers: 3 Ways To Incorporate Technology In Your Care Plan

By Sarah Allen Nucleus Life Studies have shown that increasing or maintaining the ability for seniors to socialize with friends and family can have profound effects on their health and longevity. In 2012, UnitedHealthcare performed a study of 100 centenarians (100@100) and found that staying socially engaged is just as important to healthy aging as genetics or other healthy living habits. However, if in-person meetings are difficult or not

Lunch & Learn – St. Paul’s Plaza

 June 30th– Lunch & Learn (St. Paul’s Plaza) @ 11:00pm to 1:00pm Guest Speaker:  Veronica Mitchell/ Laura Ann’s Helping Hands:  “Healthy Aging” After lunch/presentation, we invite you to tour our newest Senior Resort Retirement Community, St. Paul’s Plaza. Monthly: Please join us for a delicious lunch at the Plaza and enjoy a presentation from our special monthly speakers. Receive expert information and after lunch/presentation, we invite you to tour our newest Retirement Community.


2016 Annual Report

As we enter our 57th year, I reflect on the growth and diversity of services that has become St. Paul’s Senior Services, St. Paul’s Foundation, and St. Paul’s PACE.Someone recently told me St. Paul’s is the “not so little organization.”