We Aspire

To raise happiness, improve quality of life and reduce inequities for elderly and vulnerable citizens in Windsor-Essex. We know service to others and to the community makes each of us happier, healthier and stronger. Working together, our impact is greater and our community thrives and prospers.

Our Values and Goals

Everyone who needs care deserves GREAT care. We have the talent we need right now to build a community care system good enough for our parents, our children, and ourselves. One where:
  • People can count on their neighbors and friends for extra help…
  • The community wraps around people in distress and figures out how to help…
  • People and their care partners find it easy to help themselves and are truly in charge of their life long care journey…
  • Formal care programs, friends and volunteers, self-care and technology work collectively to achieve a person and families’ most important goals…
  • The community uses its assets wisely and measures itself to ensure good quality of life is within reach of all community members with extra care for its most vulnerable

Our community is built on Compassion; Trust; Respect; Responsibility; Fairness; and Citizenship. A fully compassionate community connects, contributes and creates together.

Did You Know?

Working towards a common vision, and seeing the difference we can make, enables each of us to be happier, healthier, and more connected. Being a good neighbour, being kind to others, and being a volunteer improves our health. Organizing formal and informal care and technology around what’s most important to a person and their care partners helps them live well and adapt better to their challenges.

What Next?

We are launching a series of community pilots that aim to connect citizens and care partners with neighbours, volunteers, youth, coaches, support and technology to create thriving networks and relationships that last a life-time, where each of us feels cared for and valued.

Our COMMUNITY PILOTY STUDY is now launched in Windsor, Kingsville, Leamington, Tecumseh and Lakeshore.
County-Wide Implementation is planned for 2018.