GranVida Senior Living and Memory Care and Unity Shoppe are joining hands to provide holiday meals and gifts for low-income families referred to Unity, many of whom are local veterans.
This holiday season, GranVida Senior Living and Memory Care and Unity Shoppe are joining hands to provide holiday meals, toys, and coats for low-income families referred to Unity, many of whom are veterans.
Prospective residents often ask if pets are allowed at GranVida. The short answer is “Yes”. The longer answer is “Residents are actually encouraged to bring their small pets to live with them here at GranVida.”
Over 100 residents, families, friends and neighbors gathered at GranVida recently to participate in a demonstration by the National Police Dog Foundation who showcased their local K-9 units at work and at play with their handlers.
“2001: A Space Odyssey” has the “HAL-9000” computer. IBM has “Watson”. And GranVida has “Einstein”. That’s our affectionate nickname for “It’s Never 2 Late®” (IN2L), the world’s leading provider of person-centered engagement here at GranVida. Simply, it’s an amazing, state-of-the-art computer system that is extremely easy to use for any person, of any age, at [...]
GranVida recently hosted a “Memory Screening” event for those: • Who had a concern about memory loss • Whose family and friends have noticed changes in them or • Who believed they were at risk due to a family history of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or related illness.
Join us as Santa Barbara City College brings their "Music of Our Lives and Times" and "Art Experiences and Conversations" classes to GranVida. This wonderful opportunity is available to anyone and everyone who enjoys a social, interactive atmosphere toward lifelong learning in art and music. There is still room in each class, so don't miss [...]
On Saturday, July 29th, GranVida Senior Living and Memory Care honored our veterans during a very special ceremony. Over 100 residents, families, friends and neighbors enjoyed a complimentary BBQ lunch and presentations.
When she’s not working as a restaurant hostess in Malibu, right along the Pacific Coast she surfed as a teenager, Kathy “Gidget” Zuckerman loves to tell stories about how she became a pop culture phenomenon. Kathy visited GranVida in April to talk about her life as one of the first female surfers in Southern California in the 1950s and 1960s.
Residents throughout GranVida are amazed and inspired by the many options and opportunities that the It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L) video computer system provides. From learning new skills that improve their daily lives to connecting with their family, friends and neighbors.