At its 60th Annual Community Awards Banquet on March 10, the Carpinteria Valley Chamber of Commerce bestowed its 2017 “Large Business of The Year Award” on GranVida Senior Living and Memory Care. This story in the Coastal View News describes GranVida’s sense of community with 57 team members caring for 47 current residents who range in age from 62 to 96.
We had called this event “Laughter Is All You Need” and we were right! Denise Carter, the reigning queen of Oxnard comedy, was absolutely hilarious. She had residents, families and friends nearly doubled over with laughter. After all, her stories about her husband, her mother and her sisters were the kinds of thing we can all relate to.
On February 28th, GranVida was proud to host over 30 guests and residents who came to discover the secrets of younger, firmer, more vibrant looking skin during our "Five Minutes to Beauty" event.
For many of our residents and their families, visiting GranVida Senior Living in person is the first step to moving into a great senior living community. This video is much like a virtual visit. We call it "Redefining Senior Coastal Living".
I was lucky enough to be the first resident at GranVida Senior Living and Memory Care in February 2017. A few weeks before our evacuation on December 7, we were given emergency backpacks which we were asked to pack with our basic necessities. I am so glad I had done this.
Everyone at GranVida was affected by the Thomas Fire. Due to shifting winds, we had to evacuate and return –– twice. In each instance, residents and GranVida team members reacted with courage and grace. Here are some first-hand stories...
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.