Seronda Senior Services specializes with in home personal senior care.
Seronda Senior Services, a business locally owned and operated by Grover Beach resident Sue Prior since 2008, was sold to Morro Bay resident and entrepreneur Ke Kai Kealoha on January 15, 2019.
Prior, who has been looking forward to retirement for a few years, wanted to make certain that her business was in good hands before handing over the reigns. She is delighted to be passing the torch to Kealoha, owner and operator of Aloha Chicks, a household concierge service. Prior said…
“When your job involves providing one-on-one care and support for senior citizens, it’s important to find the right fit—someone who is kind, caring, and offers a high degree of service. I couldn’t have asked for someone better to take on this role than Ke Kai. She goes above and beyond in her commitment to her own clients—and now to the seniors of Seronda.”
“I’m thrilled to include personalized senior care as part of our household concierge services. I grew up on Oahu, and for me, caring for our elders (kupuna) is a natural part of life. It's a privilege to shepherd Seronda Senior Services and the families it serves with respect, compassion and Aloha. We are excited to announce Seronda Senior Services will be moving its virtual home to AlohaChicks.com. Mahalo for your patronage and will look forward to serving you in the future.”
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Seronda Senior Services
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- Are everyday tasks not easy anymore?
- Is it difficult to get out on the town?
- Are you considering making changes to your living arrangements or lifestyle?
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Our Services at a Glance!
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- Errands, Chores and Household Tasks
- Outings, Companionship, and Activities
- Downsizing and Packing
- Planning Lifestyle Changes
"The jewel of this relocation was Ke Kai’s efforts to coordinate the flow of information from our mother’s primary care physician to the attending nurse of the new facility. This small act which in toll accounted for minutes, resulted in our mother maintaining her independence and pride without compromising her safekeeping."
E.L and P.L
children of Alzheimer’s patient