MorseLife Celebrates Five-Star Living for Older Adults – And Their Pampered Pets

The Dorothy and Martin Bandier Dog Park opens to residents and pooches.

Residents from The Palace and The Tradition at MorseLife Health System now have even more reason to love where they live with the opening of the stunning 1,500-square-foot Dorothy and Martin Bandier Dog Park. The park’s official opening was celebrated in classic MorseLife style, with a sophisticated ice cream social for residents and special treats for their canine companions.

At MorseLife, we are always seeking new opportunities for our residents to enjoy life and live every day to its fullest. Pets bring residents great joy and companionship and leisurely strolls in the dog park will offer added opportunities for outdoor fitness and socialization with other dog owners. The park is a wonderful addition to MorseLife’s luxury living campus and the many five-star services and activities already provided here.

The Bandier Dog Park is a secured area of pure fun for the pet residents at The Palace independent living residence and The Tradition assisted living residence to explore and relax. The park offers fun equipment tailored for exercising and entertainment with benches for the humans, water foundation and shaded areas. The serene new setting will also be used for pet therapy, a new life enhancement for residents who already enjoy music therapy, virtual reality, art therapy and more.

We are incredibly thankful to Dorothy and Martin Bandier working with MorseLife to bring this project to life for senior residents. The significant generosity of all our donors ensures that seniors on MorseLife’s campus and throughout Palm Beach County receive the highest quality care and support as they age.

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