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Our Mission and Vision



The Windshadow Group is committed to social change by developing programs in partnership with senior living communities and other aligned service organizations & foundations to support, train, equip and assist both adults and children who care for seniors, veterans and others with a chronic or terminal medical condition who live in their homes.





The primary goal of The Windshadow Group is to be a leading change-making organization by helping connect the dots between senior living communities and other institutional healthcare providers to widen their reach to support caregivers in the community. 

An example of such a relationship between a senior living community and caregivers is allowing individual caregivers in need to access meals at a local senior living community; this may also include participating in other social and support activities at the senior living community around mealtimes. 

Windshadow will connect a network of professional caregivers in the senior living communities to better the lives of those who do not physically live in their facilities. Together, we will collaborate to transform current senior living communities and those who work and reside within, as resources in being changemakers for caregivers, providing positive support and interaction. The goal is to collaborate and connect for the good of their local neighbors and caregiving friends who are often alone, overwhelmed and overlooked.

Senior Living Communities could offer services to community caregivers who do not reside in their communities. It could also mean that the senior living communities could offer services normally provided to residents, such as housekeeping and maintenance, out to the residences of the constituent groups in need. Access to additional services including healthcare, personal care, social services and care coordination could be leveraged to the benefit of the constituent groups, while also leveraging the fixed costs of the SLC across a broader community, thereby creating a greater benefit for all participants.

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