Over the past fifty years, we have developed strategic plans embracing bigger is better. Along the way, we learned bigger is not better.
Better is better.
We are done with big expansion plans and now focused on creating extraordinary experiences for our residents, peace of mind for their loved ones, and meaningful work for our team.
This monumental shift was shaped by our board of directors and leaders. It is guided by the preferences and opinions of those we serve and their loved ones.
Today, we are about the important work of creating moments of connection, joy, and delight. This shift is reflected in the emphasis and direction of our work. It is supported by implementing innovative programs and services throughout our campus.
We offer Noah’s Landing, a unique program meant to enhance life for our elders by encouraging relationships with pets. Whenever possible, residents will be involved in the love and care of the dogs and cats living within our community. We incorporate pets into therapy programs to lessen reliance on traditional equipment. For example, elders may be asked to brush a dog with a light wrist weight on to build strength.
We are also exploring the idea of people bringing their own pets with them for both short and long-term stays at our facilities. We know pets will enhance the quality of life at Miravida Living, and we’re looking forward to a future filled with wagging tails, unconditional love, and hearts filled with joy.