Known For Our Community Service
We will be known for our community service based on passion, principles and person-directed care in the pursuit of excellence. We will be known as builders. We will be the “option”. We will lead others in the enhancement and promotion of person centered and person directed care.
We will be collaborating with a broad array of national, provincial, regional, municipal, for-profit and not-for-profit service providers to provide best in class evidence-based care service to an intergenerational community throughout the birth to death life cycle.
Empowering, Innovative, & Dedicated
We will provide intergenerational care services across the broadest spectrum of care to residents of all cultures, faiths, beliefs, social strata and ages. Our homes and programs will provide best in class long-term care service including respite, palliative and hospice services. These same non-segregated homes will provide young adult housing and cater to disabilities for that age group.
We will be known as advocates and navigators in addition to providing care services to the vulnerable. Our care team will be empowering, innovative and dedicated to promoting increased quality of life and growth. We will be one of the nation’s employers of choice in the provision of intergenerational care services.
Expanding Our Reach
Since 1964, Eden Care Communities has expanded its reach across the province with a broad spectrum of homes, care and support. The organization has grown from serving 62 individuals in a year to over 1,200 now.
From one city to three and now with over 400 employees, Eden Care Communities is one of Saskatchewan’s largest charities.
Administration from the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Business Administration along with a Certificate in Hospitality, Tourism and Gaming Entertainment Management from the First Nations
University of Canada (FNUniv). While a student, Mr. Delorme served in several capacities within the student association, including vice-president and president, and also served as a student ambassador. In 2012, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his student leadership and the hospitality he showed to Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, when they visited FNUniv in 2012. Mr. Delorme has also been named one of CBC Saskatchewan’s Future 40, which celebrates the province’s new generation of leaders, builders and change-makers under the age of 40. Chief Delorme worked as the Student Recruitment Officer for the First Nations University of Canada from 2013 to 2016 when he was elected as Chief. He lives with his wife Kimberly, brother-in-law, daughter and 2 sons on Cowessess First Nation. Chief Delorme was re-elected to a second term as Chief of the Cowessess First Nation in April 2019.
Driving Without Impairment Program in North East SK, Co-Director of the Adult Day Program at Sherbrooke
Community Centre, Manager and Tenant Services Coordinator at WestPark Lodge, an assisted living facility in Red Deer, Alberta, as well as a returning officer for Elections Saskatchewan and Elections Canada. She has held many volunteer positions with Girl Guides and is active in the Children’s Choir and Fellowship Committee and is an elder in her church. She has been married for 57 years, has 2 children and 4 grandchildren.
Erik earned his Juris Doctor with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan in 2020, where he was President of the Law Students’ Association and Managing Editor of the College’s student newsletter. While in law school, Erik also competed in the Laskin Memorial Moot. Prior to attending law school, Erik majored in English at the University of Regina.
While attending the University of Regina Michelle, was a member of the University of Regina women’s volleyball team for 5 seasons. During that time, she was name rookie of the year in 2003, was on the academic achievement list, and was the recipient of PSGB student-athlete award for 4 seasons.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Studies from the University of Regina and is a certified Eden Associate Educator with Eden Care Communities.
His Pan-Canadian experience across sectors ranging from local to international give him a broad perspective for being a leader within the charitable sector. His leadership experience is supported by a Master’s Degree in Leadership. He has completed the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) Not-for-Profit Governance Essentials Program, was a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) for 18 years, and is an Association of Fundraising Professionals Master Trainer.
As a volunteer, he serves on the board of directors for the Kids Brain Health Network, Kids Brain Health Foundation, is Vice Chair of the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada, sits on the Public Advisory Committee for the Health Data Research Network of Canada, is a Community Adviser to the Governance & Nominations Committee for Parachute Canada, is a coach for the Not-for-Profit team with the JDC West program at the University of Regina, and is a board member for the Regina Airport Authority.