Thousands of Lives Are Impacted do to Passion and Purpose
Memory impairment affects people and families daily. Some know memory impairment as Alzheimer’s and dementia; others know it through the side effects of cancer. There is no comfort found seeing a friend or loved one suffer from memory loss.
In the book, “The Silverado Story,” two visionaries share their journey of shattering the norms of the long-term care business. This accomplished through a philosophy of “love is greater than fear.” This concept of senior living focuses on love, normalization, and an atmosphere being transformed from “clinical to inviting.”
At Silverado Senior Living you’ll see residents in normal daytime attire, cats, dogs, birds, television with football fans, and residents’ rooms filled with family pictures, cherished artwork, and souvenirs from special trips. You will also notice memory boxes outside their rooms holding mementos testifying to individual interests and achievements.
Having visited and volunteered at several nursing and long-term care homes, one visit to a Silverado property will shock you with delight.
How did something like Silverado get created?
The passion and purpose of two men believed senior care could and should be more than it was. Loren Shook and Steve Warner decided to challenge the status quo and choose to follow their hearts. Since that decision, they’ve revolutionized the industry and have impacted thousands of lives.
Decide today to impact others by embracing the passion that lies within your heart.
Leave a comment below: What is in your heart, and what were you created to do? If required, are you willing to go against the “status-quo”?
*Full disclosure: None of the links are affiliate links, and I don’t work for Silverado. My family and I do volunteer there once a month, and were shocked by our first visit.