Seton Villa is committed to
providing affordable housing for low income seniors
(60+) in a way
that maximizes their independence, and prevents the trauma
associated with having to move to another facility. Concepts
inherent in our vision include: sustainability, community,
appropriate services, aging in place, housing approach, and
ACTION LINE HOUSING
SOCIETY provides affordable housing and support services to
seniors in a way that facilitates living independently for as
long as possible.
We believe that independence
is best fostered in a supportive environment, where seniors live
in their own home within the community that is Seton Villa, as
well as within the larger community. Residents enjoy the same
rights, privacy and independence that they enjoyed before moving
to Seton Villa. Our role as staff is to respect and facilitate
resident self-determination and autonomy. We are guests in a
resident's home, and as such function as we would when we are
invited into anyone's home.
Aging is seen as a normal
part of life, and our focus is on the principles of wellness and
capabilities, rather than illness and disabilities.
Services provided at Seton
Villa focus on empowering residents to be as independent as
possible. Emphasis is placed on a resident’s capabilities, needs
and preferences. The primary goal of Seton Villa is to assist
residents to attain the best possible level of well being
consistent with their preference and lifestyle.
1. to provide housing that is affordable
for low income seniors
2. to create a living environment that
encourages healthy aging, independence and self determination
to foster a sense of community
within our housing project
The vision and
mission of ALHS at Seton Villa is to provide affordable housing
to seniors with limited income. We believe seniors should have
access to services that are appropriate to their needs, which
promote the involvement and the responsibility of the
individual, the family or responsible party, and the community
in order to maximize personal independence.
Values inherent in
our vision include: sustainability, community, appropriate
services, aging in place, housing approach, and leadership.
We believe in:
• The uniqueness,
dignity, self-respect and self-determination and worth of the
• The promotion of
personal and functional independence and a meaningful life
• The need of each
individual for meaningful communication and social interaction.
and involvement of the individual in decisions affecting him/
her as a member of the community