Massages can be quite expensive, especially if you go to a professional. It is much easier, cheaper, and more convenient for you to be able to provide yourself with a self-massage. Doing this will allow you to experience the benefits they offer without having to rely on anybody else.
It may be more difficult to sleep as we age, but there are still ways to ensure you get the best sleep possible. Keep this advice in mind, and get to sleep.
St. Paul’s was featured on KUSI News talking about the importance of staying connected with your grandparents and how technology can make it easier, especially long distance.
As men continue to age, a healthy lifestyle becomes more important with every passing year; this is especially true for men as they venture into the golden years, as health conditions become more common and increasingly complicated
Villa resident Florence Stuetzer turns 105 years old. She was featured in an article by the Times of San Diego and on CBS News!
Mindfulness is used as a therapeutic technique, a means of managing stress and anxiety. Here are 5 morning practices for a mindful day.
St. Paul’s honors veterans each year for Memorial Day with a ceremony. News 8 was there to capture the event.
Improving your health and well-being has many benefits. Learn what lifestyle changes can improve your overall health as you age.
Are you thinking it’s time to transition your spouse into Assisted Living? Learn the steps to make the transition as smooth as possible for both of you.
Loneliness and social isolation have been linked to poor health outcomes in seniors, according to numerous studies. Learn more about the effects on seniors.
Learn how you can stay strong during the challenges that come with caring for a loved one with dementia.
The CEO and Founder of Tombot, visited St. Paul’s Plaza with their prototype robotic dog, Jennie. This company has designed a robotic emotional support animal for seniors living with dementia.
St. Paul’s Corporate Marketing Director, Amanda Gois, spoke with NBC7 about our St. Paul’s Educational Series, “Plan for Tomorrow, Today!”
To National Volunteer Week, we had some special volunteers from the The Glama Project visiting to pamper some of our seniors.
St. Paul’s Plaza residents participated in a fashion show on the first day of Spring. Macy’s provided makeup and outfits.
St. Paul’s COO, Ellen Schmeding, speaks about her appointment to the California Commission on Aging and their current plans for the Commission.
St. Paul’s Plaza residents and children from Kids Depot celebrated Dr. Seuss’s Birthday with green eggs and ham, reading, and fun as part of their intergenerational reading program.
Learn how you can look at aging with positivity and excitement and enjoy the many opportunities in front of you.
2018 has been a year of review. Many programs were evaluated, as were buildings, for their purposeful programming and future viability. The primary purpose of this exercise was to be sure we could continue to serve seniors in the most meaningful way and to increase our services to meet a variety of senior needs, geographies, and income levels.
Tyrone McClave discovered a passion for dance in 1971. Now, he is sharing that love of dance with other St. Paul’s residents.
Our seniors in the St. Paul’s Senior Day Program found a unique way to get in the Grammy Award spirit while dancing, singing, and having fun. Their celebration was featured by CBS8 San Diego.
Seniors at St. Paul’s Villa enjoy ballet, singing, and a good time with St. Paul’s Manor residents and volunteer, Tyrone.
Learn why planning your final wishes and services sooner than later is important.
Cooking and baking have been shown to be great activities for people living with dementia. Here are 5 benefits of cooking for those living with dementia.