Frequently Asked Questions

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Chapman Senior Solutions cares for our elderly and our community. We will find residences for seniors who need homes in the area we love, and support the families every step of the way.

Our consultants will provide you with a list of possible residences based on the criteria we discussed during the interview. You will then choose which places you would like to visit. We will arrange for the visits and accompany you there. We will guide you through the entire process so you can make the best decision for your loved one.

We do not charge our clients any fees.

Yes, placement services, including Chapman Senior Solutions, usually receives a commission from residential referrals. This arrangement allows us to provide our service for FREE to our clients. However, our primary goal is to find the best residential solution for our clients, even if it means we don’t receive a commission.

Yes, Chapman Senior Solutions will find emergency housing if the situation arises.

We are headquartered in Carlsbad, California.  And we provide senior living solutions to all of San Diego County and beyond.  Please give us a call, (760) 303-5550.  We’d love to talk with you.

10 Interesting Facts About San Diego

San Diego is a pretty impressive city. If you’ve never been, it should be on your bucket list! Few places hold active seasons all year round due to beautiful consistent weather. San Diego also has a unique extensive history, having been occupied by many demographics. Our city also offers several beautiful natural terrains to explore from the beaches to Torrey Pines, and the Chapparal in the mountains. You probably know this, but here are 10 Facts you might not know about San Diego:

1.) The first person to drive across the Coronado bridge was Ronald Reagan in 1969 after it’s completion when he was governor of California.

2.) May 29th in San Diego is Tony Hawk day. The day was declared in name to honor the hundreds of skate parks his foundation created over the nation.

3.) Cameron Diaz was born in San Diego in 1972.

4.) WD-40 was invented in San Diego in 1953. It took about 40 attempts to perfect the recipe and was first used on the Atlas Missle.

5.) San Diego airport is currently the busiest single runway airport in the U.S, and in 2nd place in the World.

6.) Fallbrook in San Diego is the Avocado capital of the world. Last year the Avocado Festival attracted over 70,000 people!

7.) San Diego’s average year-round temperature is 70 degrees. This makes us a perfect surf zone!

8.) The Hotel Del is the countries largest wooden structure and is 128 years old.

9.) San Diego is home to the world’s oldest active sailing ship, The Star Of India. She was built at Ramsey Shipyard in the Isle of Man in 1863 and was originally named Euterpe, after the Greek muse of music and poetry.

10.) In 1867 San Diego land was selling for 27 Cents an Acre. What a deal!

The eighth-largest city in the United States, the City of San Diego has 1.4 million residents, a diverse population, the nation’s largest military community and a talented workforce.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s QuickFacts Population Estimates (July 2017), the City of San Diego has a population of 1.419,516 people, with 490,219 households. Nearly 21 percent (20.7 percent) of the population is under 18, and 11.8 percent is age 65 and older. Also, 49.8 percent is female, 30.3 percent is Hispanic and 43.6 percent (of persons age 25 or older) possess a bachelor’s degree or higher. The national average for this level of educational attainment is 30.3 percent.

Because of its proximity to Mexico and the global recruitment capabilities of its innovation economy, the San Diego region is becoming increasingly multicultural, making the City is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse places in the nation. Nearly 41 percent (40.8%) of the population, ages 5 or older, speaks a language other than English at home. (That’s nearly double the national average of 21.1percent). The percentage of foreign-born persons is 26.5 percent, more than double the U.S. percentage (13.2 percent).

The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) provides regional population data, estimates and forecasts. By 2020, the City’s population is forecast to be 1.54 million, with 3.54 million people in the entire county. By 2030, the City’s population is forecast to be 1.69 million, with 3.54 million people in the county. By 2040, the City’s population is forecast to be 1.82 million, with 4.16 million people in the county. By 2050, the City’s population is forecast to be 1.95 million, with 4.38 million people in the county.

The City of San Diego uses a number of U.S. Census-based sources for demographic estimates, among them esri.

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