Founded with Quaker principles since our opening in 1993, Kendal at Oberlin is a vital and growing Life Plan Community welcoming older adults of all races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, secular, and religious backgrounds.
Kendal at Oberlin’s Commitment to Diversity
Beginning Kendal’s next 25 years, our values of equality, mutual respect, and integrity call us to become more culturally inclusive. We will increase our efforts to attract and involve aging individuals from the greater communities around us.
Using our resources and talents to grow diversity and inclusiveness among our residents, employees, and board, we believe Kendal at Oberlin will thrive in greater ways to be a vital place for older adults to live and for employees to work in harmony and purpose.
Spirit of Inclusion and a Culture of Diversity
This video from The Kendal Corporation illustrates the organization’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Kendal at Oberlin requires staff to be vaccinated for COVID and influenza.
Kendal at Oberlin’s Commitment to Integrity
Kendal at Oberlin’s Code of Conduct and Ethics
Our most important job is providing quality care to our residents. We do this by offering compassionate support to our residents and work towards the best possible outcomes while complying with all applicable rules and regulations.
The professional, responsible, and ethical behavior of every employee reflects on the reputation of our community and the services we provide. All employees are expected to maintain Kendal at Oberlin’s standards of honesty, integrity, and professional excellence every day.
Kendal at Oberlin is obligated and committed to follow federal, state, and local laws governing our business. We are all responsible for learning and staying current in order to perform our job responsibilities. Our success depends on everyone’s commitment to act with integrity, both personally and as part of Kendal at Oberlin.