Kallimos
Communities
Promote
Interdependence

Caring for Each Other

For most of human history, we have succeeded by cooperating and supporting each other.  Traditional senior living relies solely on residents paying for services. This sole reliance on financial capital forfeits the opportunity to draw upon our basic human instincts of living in community.  By employing a dedication to social capital, Kallimos extends this basic human need of balancing giving and receiving to everyone.  Kallimos communities foster interdependence where people look out for their friends and neighbors.  We incorporate community habits of exchanging concern and care to help promote optimal safety and compassionate friendships.  People find meaning in sharing and giving to others. Having meaning and purpose and social connections in one’s life extends health and well-being. By promoting social capital, Kallimos promotes loyalty to the community, translating into better business outcomes because neighbors and employees feel a sense of belonging and purpose.