Kallimos Communities Balance the
Need for Both Home & Community

Privacy & Companionship

While honoring the sanctity of each person’s home and our need for privacy, in Kallimos, we also recognize the human need for living in community. Loneliness and isolation are just as deadly as any disease of the human body. Kallimos communities foster deep relationships between neighbors, care partners, and the larger community to ensure that people are protected by the social fabric of being well-known.  We do this by including employees who are trained to weave a web of connections into the tapestry of the community. In this way, the person is never overlooked and social, emotional and spiritual needs become just as important as physical needs. Kallimos blends the human needs of both privacy and community, and the need to balance giving and receiving into a place where everyone feels at home.

Wendell Berry
The Art of Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays

“I believe that the community – in the fullest sense: a place and all its creatures – is the smallest unit of health and that to speak of the health of an isolated individual is a contradiction in terms.”

The Importance of Community