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Big Family House Quartier- the basic unit solution for Senior Group network in Eastern Europe


Big Family House Characteristics

  • Family- style of life and care
  • Low size of one unit (6 residents)
  • Affordable for low- middle class families

Expansion in Baltics


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Phase 1

In 2019 The Investors’ Consortium will invest EUR 3.5M in the Company’s equity.

This amount should be sufficient to cover the development costs during 2019.

Phase 2

In August 2021 the Company will raise additional EUR 8M of equity

This amount should be sufficient to cover the development costs during 2019.

“We are careful not to attract stigmatisation, so there is no plaque at the entrance, it’s just several houses that are integrated into a residential quarter, and they even construct our buildings"

Service Mix of Senior Quartier


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  • Housing & Food (warm and clean living environment & homemade food),
  • Security (training of residents to live in an adapted environment and minimise the probability of falls; emergency help and medication available 24/7: family atmosphere but residents encouraged to help themselves as much as possible to retain their independence
  • Care (regular assessment, Personal ADL- Activities of Daily Living- Clean and cared-for body)
  • Social Stimulation (stimulation of independence, community and family interactions support).
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  • IADL (Instrumental Activities of Daily Living- Companion Care, Restauration, Transporting, Wellness)
  • Health Promotion (Medical Care, Nursing, Rehabilitation)

Inspiring Stories


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MAMA-OK concept


Age in Place Solution

Some people don't like to go to senior care facility

We've developped the smart home care proposal.

Eastern Europe starting with Baltics


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Institutional Senior Care Market of Baltics

At the end of 2013 there were 36,856 Long Term Care beds in the 3 Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania.

We estimate the additional need to be 18,038 beds between now and 2030. The estimate is based on the expected increase in the number of people over the age of 65 by 133,856 through 2030 and the expectation of reaching the current average OECD level of 44 LTC beds for 1000 persons over 65.

This conservative estimate means that the demand will grow at the rate of 1,202 beds per year.

Contact Us


Contact Info

Address:
1, rue Descobmes

75017

Paris, Frane


Phone:
+33 6 07 258031

Email:
contact@senior-group.fr

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