We would like to acknowledge that we work, learn and connect on the shared, unceded traditional territory of the Katzie, Semiahmoo, Kwantlen and other Coast Salish Peoples.
To live in a safe, inclusive, engaging, and diverse community where older adults experience dignity and feel valued.
We enable older adults, their families and caregivers to lead full, engaged and meaningful lives.
Integrity Respect Compassion Inclusiveness Collaboration Excellence
Integrity means that our actions will be aligned with our values and will be perceived as we intend them.
Respect means different things to different people. It is important that we incorporate person-centred principles in all we do to ensure that older adults are treated in ways that matter to them.
With compassion, we can see situations from the perspective of others and be sensitive to their feelings and needs.
Living with the value of inclusiveness ensures that we respect the complexity and diversity of all people, seeking to understand them without judgement.
Collaboration represents the positive interactions with our partners and team members. We leverage our respective and mutual strengths to provide innovative, inclusive and responsive programs and services to our community.
We pledge to approach everything we do with excellence to maintain our leadership status and offer the best experience possible to people receiving our services.
Seniors Comes Share Society values diversity and inclusion and is committed to creating an environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity. This includes individuals of all ages, colours, ethnicities, nationalities, faiths, beliefs, cultures, abilities, socio-economic and education levels, sexual orientations and gender identities. We strive to create an environment that actively embraces diversity and inclusion by recognizing the value in the uniqueness of all individuals. We expect that all who provide or receive services, or those who volunteer for us will extend the same respect to all.