Optima Living operates Independent Living, Assisted Living, Supportive Living, Long-Term Care, and Memory Care communities in Alberta and British Columbia. Our communities are among the best places to live and work in Western Canada.
Our vision: For every person to feel at home.
This is truly supported by our credo. “Let us welcome you home.™” All of us here feel it is an honour to work with our residents and we advocate a resident-centred approach where you, the Resident, is the focus of all our endeavours.
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David works in maintenance at The Hamlets at Penticton, but he’s an artist at heart. His hidden talents were discovered when he was asked to paint the walls of The Hamlets in the summer of 2019. In this Employee Spotlight, we focus on David Burns of The Hamlets at Penticton.
In this episode, discover a holistic approach to food choices, community, and health education. Enjoy a baking demonstration on how to make a favourite treat! This is followed by Dr. Wagg describing our gut health and how that relates to nutrition.
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Optima Living recognizes and pays respect to the diverse Indigenous Peoples, including but not limited to the Cree and Dene First Nations, Blackfoot Confederacy, Métis Nation, Peoples of Treaty 4, 6 and 7 territories, Stoney Nakoda, Nakoda Sioux, Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations, Kainai, Northern Piikani, Southern Piikani, Siksika, and others, whose traditional territories our communities stand on and where our staff and residents call home.
We firmly believe in pluralism and strive to make it a part of our everyday business and lifestyle. Our commitment is to continue learning, growing, and working towards reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island, while also acknowledging the ongoing impact of the residential school system on Indigenous communities in Canada.