ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. and LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Parents’ health, a healthcare company that focuses on senior care, has acquired Quality Life Homes’ licensed home care facilities for seniors and individuals with memory impairment. The deal closed on July 1; conditions are not disclosed.
The Quality Life facilities, all located in Laguna Niguel, will move to Court of Verona brand, expanding Parentis Health’s footprint.
Quality Life Homes was founded in 1991 by Tom and Dawn Sather and by 1999 it had expanded to five houses, each serving six residents. The company was highly respected for its exceptional care and compassion for residents. After Tom died in 2021, Dawn made the difficult decision to sell the company. She sought the best possible opportunities for employees and residents.
“We had other offers, but chose Parentis Health because of our confidence in their leadership, operations and staff. I knew our residents would be well taken care of during and after the transition,” says Dawn Sather. “Tarek personally came to various locations to meet our family, took us on a tour of the Parentis Health headquarters and the already established Verona Court houses. My son Joey and I knew it was the right fit — with founders who care about quality of care — just like our family does.”
Tarek El Nabli founded Parentis Health with his wife Arda Kardjian in 2003 after years as head of insurance and financial planning. Kardjian’s 30+ years of experience as a registered nurse enables her to provide expert medical supervision to residents under the care of Verona Court. Quality Life homes follow the same model as Court of Verona, with six beds per house and three or fewer patients per caregiver. Its staff will move to the Court of Verona, ensuring stability and a seamless transition for employees and residents. Each residence provides personal and dignified care at all times – from home-cooked meals to physical therapy, daily activities and spiritual support.
“Getting to know caregivers is critical for many seniors and those with memory challenges,” says Kardjian. “We are honored to serve our community as the most sought-after residential care facility in Orange County. It has been part of our vision to continue to grow and we are happy for this opportunity to add excellent, matching residences to Verona Court.”