Go “behind the scenes” during this media interview with Drew Schlosberg, host of the “Spotlight on the Community” podcast! We share with you some brief video clips featuring Dr. Ross Colt, our medical director, and Mary Jurgensen, our community engagement manager, during the interview. 

In the full interview, available here, Mary and Dr. Colt talk about what seniors and adult family caregivers can expect from a PACE program, how it is different than a traditional medical insurance plan, and how a senior can become eligible to receive services from a PACE program, often at no cost or low-cost. Mary also shares a story about a special participant in the West PACE program.

At its core, PACE is about keeping seniors living at home in their communities, safely. Never has this been more critical, than during the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has demonstrated that the PACE model of care is the way of the future for seniors and their family caregivers.

If you or a loved one are 55 or older, live in North County San Diego, and meet state requirements for nursing home level of care, contact us today to see if enrolling in our program is right for you. We also welcome you to schedule a tour of our center. Call 760-280-2230 or email us today.

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