- Buy Note Cards with Art Work by St. Paul’s PACE Participants
These beautiful note cards are the result of a collaborative art project.
- Blanket Drive Keeps PACE Participants Warm
- The participants at St. Paul’s PACE were the fortunate recipients of the Christ Church Coronado’s Quarterly Project.
- Memory Care Program Celebrates 4 Year Anniversary!
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.Ice Cream Socials are the hot ticket events at all communities at St. Paul’s Senior Homes & Services this year!
St. Paul’s PACE is a unique program of coordinated care that offers elderly adults an innovative choice in health care. For many, it is a welcome alternative to nursing home care as participants, despite chronic health needs, can remain living independently in their home.
After an extensive capital campaign, the community contributed $5 million dollars to open the first PACE site in San Diego. In the summer of 2008, the Gary and Mary West Foundation funded a generous Information Technology grant to equip St. Paul’s PACE with computers, servers, a robust wireless network and other electronics. Recently, the West Foundation commissioned videographer Jeff Katz to produce a video to showcase programs they had supported. St. Paul’s PACE was one of the selected programs.
Please contact Todd Kaprielian, Foundation Executive Director, via email or (619) 239-6900 if you’d like more information on any of the above articles.