Introducing

Kallimos®

at

Spring Creek

A MAGIC COMMUNITY

Multi-Ability,  Multi-Generational, Inclusive Community

After over 30 years of working with elders around the world, Nancy Fox returns to her home town of Victoria to build a transformative Elder-rich supportive housing development under the unique community care model that she and Dr. William Thomas are developing and calling Kallimos®.

An environment that promotes health and well-being

Spring Creek, in north Victoria, is the future location of a 140 home compact-house community catering to the unique needs of elders and adults.

Kallimos is designing Spring Creek to be a unique community where buildings, nature and people combine to create a vibrant living environment that promotes health and well-being.

The Kallimos care model works because it supports what elders need most: 

Connection to friends and family,
and the opportunity to continue to grow and change.

Kallimos®
at Spring Creek

Kallimos® is an interdependent community built on connections – connections to all generations, connections to nature, connections to meaning and purpose.

CREATING INTERACTION WITH NATURE TO FOSTER WELL-BEING FOR RESIDENTS. IT IS BETTER TO LIVE IN A GARDEN.

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Meet Our Residents

Nancy Fox

Nancy is a Victoria native and a grand daughter of Webb & Grace DeTar. She is an award winning author and nationally recognized leader of transformation in elder care. Her career in elder care began in the 1980s, as a nursing home administrator involved in deinstitutionalizing care environments and culture.  For the past 25 years, Nancy has worked closely with many courageous and passionate people, including Dr. William Thomas, on a journey to seek a better world for our elders and those who care for them.

Nancy Fox

Nancy is a national and international speaker and educator and has presented at many major conferences.

She is the author of two books, ‘The Journey of a Lifetime: Leadership Pathways to Culture Change in Long-Term Care’, and recently published ‘Lessons in Leadership for Person-Centered Elder Care’.