At Serenity Manor, we take the health and wellbeing of our residents seriously. Our workers are vaccinated, screened daily, wash their hands frequently, and sanitize the home daily. Any visitors have their temperatures checked and are asked to wear masks while on the premises. Packages and groceries are sanitized before entering the home.
Our precautions have kept the virus far away from our residents--and we intend to continue ensuring their safety.
Our facility was founded by two sisters, Daniela and Lumi. We were raised in a multigenerational family, and grandparents were always close and involved. As we built this home, we wanted to provide a special, beautiful, and caring place to others that we would feel comfortable sending our own aging family members-- a place we knew they could be well taken care of. Along with our previous 40 years of combined health care experience, we received special geriatric training to further enhance our abilities.
As we built this home, we wanted to be sure that our home never looked or felt like a nursing home, but still provided for all the comforts that a retirement home should offer. For that reason we designed the house with senior citizens in mind, and we hired an Americans with Disabilities (ADA) architect to oversee the project. Construction lasted from June 2016 to January 2017.
Serenity Manor of Canton LLC obtained its state license on June 14, 2017.
Serenity Manor of Canton LLC was founded by two sisters, Lumi and Daniela. They graduated from the Dental Hygiene Program of the University of Michigan’s School of Dentistry in Ann Arbor. Lumi was the top student in their class. Daniela also earned a master’s degree in health services administration, graduating with a 4.0 in 2013.