Dr. Ross Colt and Mary Jurgensen visit with Drew Schlosberg, host of “Spotlight on the Community” podcast.
This video podcast answers some of the most frequently asked questions from the community.
We’re making the necessary steps to ensure we’re ready to welcome our participants for in-person recreational activities and meal services
West PACE participant Scott S. joined West PACE in late 2020, and has been working with our staff occupational therapist, Ally A., to regain mobility after a medical emergency. His goal is to be able to walk his daughter down the aisle at her wedding.
For a year, older adults have been categorized as a high-risk population to contract coronavirus. But with the world opening back up, older adults will have the opportunity to venture back out into the community. What does our post-vaccination future look like?
Dr. Ross Colt, our medical director at West PACE, recently connected with Rick Rungaitis, the host of the San Marcos Business & Community Podcast produced by the San Marcos Chamber, to share what a PACE program is and how we help seniors and family caregivers in North County San Diego.
Zee Morales, one of our enrollment specialists at West PACE, visits with the host of “Oceanside Spectrum” on KOCT-TV to explain what a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) program is and the services we provide to North County San Diego seniors and their family caregivers.
Vaccination Site is ‘First of its Kind’ Designed Just for Seniors in San Diego County A new COVID-19 vaccination site designed specifically for the community’s most vulnerable seniors is now open at West PACE. The appointment-only site located is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. (including holidays). Organizers anticipate that the
Answering your questions about COVID-19 vaccines* To stop this pandemic, we need to use all of our prevention tools. Vaccines are one of the most effective tools to protect your health and prevent disease. The COVID-19 vaccine will work with your body’s natural defenses so that your body will be ready to fight the virus
Seniors often need to make difficult decisions between buying food or personal care items. Now that San Diego County is in the restrictive purple tier, it will be difficult for seniors to shop for essentials. That’s why West PACE is hosting our first-ever “Everyday Necessities Drive for North County Seniors” from Nov. 30-Dec. 31.