Better Alternatives for Assisted Living in Baja, Mexico, Announced by Serena Senior Care on Their 5th Anniversary Celebration

Assisted Living in Mexico just got better: Serena announces the expansion of Casa Harmony offering affordable Assisted Living and Memory Care services, with 40% to 60% cost savings compared to similar services in the United States; you get double the service at half the price.

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Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

As families search for cost effective and high quality services to take care of their aging parents, Serena Senior Care announced the expansion of their Assisted Living residence in Rosarito Beach, Baja California, Mexico. During the celebration of their fifth anniversary the CEO of Serena, Miguel Torres, announced the expansion of their facilities with a new dedicated Memory Care wing, additional suites, infirmary and new activity room. The celebration included a ground breaking ceremony lead by the Secretary of Tourism for the State of Baja California, Mr. Juan Tintos, and other local officials, business leaders and family members. During the ceremony Mr. Tintos highlighted the professionalism and contributions of Serena in making Baja California a competitive and attractive destination for retirees from the U.S. and other countries.

Serena Senior Care is a leading provider of Assistance Services for American retirees living in the beautiful northern Baja coast just minutes away from San Diego, California. The company provides services such as up to 24 hour nursing care at home or in their own facility called Casa Harmony, transportation to the U.S. for medical appointments, and much more. Casa Harmony offers affordable Assisted Living and Memory Care services, with 40% to 60% cost savings compared to similar services in the United States; you get double the service at half the price.

Serena has been recognized for the high quality of care and the warmth of their Caregivers by the family members of their residents such as Juan Z. who mentioned, “My father is happier, healthier and more alive since he is at Casa Harmony." Serena’s quality system includes a rigorous employee selection process, continuous training, cutting edge information technology tools and double the ratio of caregivers per resident. The new wing will provide the ideal environment for specialized care of residents with memory challenges, including Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

In addition to the new infrastructure Serena’s Chairman, Mr. Flavio Olivieri, announced the development of new technology systems such as wireless monitoring sensors and care tracking software, called Serena Guardian. “With these new tools we will be able to respond more effectively to critical situations, identify needs, and better communicate between caregivers, doctors and family members,” highlighted Mr. Olivieri at the anniversary celebration.

This new proprietary technology is being jointly developed with CICESE one of Mexico’s leading research institutions located in Ensenada, Baja California. The digital monitoring system will be operational in Casa Harmony later this year and available for in-home care clients early 2014.


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