MISSION: To engage adults in outstanding experiences which enhance their quality of life.
VISION: Outstanding Experiences, Every Person, Everyday.
|• Healthy, safe & sustainable centres
• Community Partnerships
|• Active Living and Life Long Learning
The Board of Directors Terms of Reference defines the purpose and responsibilities of the board, accountability and membership.
Board of Directors Terms of Reference (.pdf)
Elderly Services Advisory Committee (E.S.A.C)
Promoting the well-being and quality of life for seniors in the Halton region.
Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)
LHIN works with local health providers and community members to
determine the health service priorities of our regions.
Supporting and linking people of all ages to community programs and services.
Older Adults Centre Association of Ontario (OACAO)
provides resources, expertise and leadership for older adult centres and seniors groups through advocacy, education, networking and innovative direction.
In order to maintain funding from the province, Halton Hills Seniors Centres are required to become accredited with CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facility) by September 2013.
The Accreditation of the centres will ensure quality assurance, continuous improvement process and provide a risk management tool, while still achieving legislative requirements.
There is a committee of Centre members Accreditation Leadership Team (ALT) who have been meeting on a regular basis to review and recommend new policies and procedures which will help the Centres achieve the standards of Accreditation.
As policies and procedures have been updated, this has created new Centre manuals. These manuals will help with all facets of operations for the Centres. Updates are posted on the Centre Accreditation Boards.
The Seniors Centres of Halton Hills have been working together to plan a common strategy to embrace the future opportunities to serve older adults in Halton Hills for the next 10 years.
- Providing programs, activities and services to ensure capacity and participation.
- Increasing Memberships at the Centres
- Utilizing current technology to promote centre benefits i.e. education, volunteerism & revenue
- Revenue generation
- Looking to future facility needs