Championing the quality of life for all seniors has been the mission of Sunrise Senior Living since our founding in 1981. As one of the leading senior living providers with communities in multiple countries across the globe, we offer a full range of accommodations and services for seniors in all stages of life. Our staff strive every day to uphold our core principles of encouraging independence, enabling freedom of choice, preserving dignity, celebrating individuality, nurturing the spirit, and involving family and friends.
Sunrise Senior Living Communities
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<p>Sunrise of Mission Viejo was a lovely place and a small community. The people were very happy. The rooms were small, and for me and my husband to live in them, it would have been very tight. I don’t think it would have been something that we would have chosen, but it was lovely. When we were there, they were having fun playing bingo, which is not quite what we do. It’s a very small place and without any particular amenities that we noticed. The dining room was lovely but very small. There was really nowhere to walk. It was a nice, little place. If I were by myself and older, I might have chosen it.</p>
<p>My mother will be moving into Sunrise of Paramus. We chose it because of their personal care and the atmosphere. Their staff seems to really care about what is going on with their patients. The rooms are very clean, airy, and well maintained. Most of their areas are top notch. For activities, they seem to have a schedule of activities. I am very impressed</p>
<p>We had a guide that showed us around Sunrise at Orchard. The staff was knowledgeable and friendly. The hallways and the dining area looked very lovely. It was mostly assisted living and total skilled nursing care. The price was too much than what we could afford, and the parking situation was terrible. However, I liked the appearance on the outside.</p>
<p>Sunrise of Silver Spring was very nice, well cared for, and had a lot of activities. The staff was nice, but they require a 14-day minimum stay, and I only needed five or six days. It was modern and had a nice dining room. It was basically a new place. The rooms were nice - one type was like an apartment and the other one was just a bath and a bedroom. They had card nights, activities at dinnertime, and workshops for men where they work in a garage. The food looked good.</p>
<p>Sunrise was nice. They gave me a tour and introduced me to several of the staff members. The place was very clean and very orderly, and the rooms were of a very good size. I spent a little time with some of the folks, who were very cordial. The staff who toured us was very knowledgeable and very willing to help.</p>
<p>Sunrise of Hermosa Beach was very nice. The residents appeared happy to be there since they weren’t just playing Bingo but were socializing much themselves. They had a house dog and a house bird, which my mother would have loved, and all of the staff seemed very friendly. There was a nice, casual feel to the place. The rooms and apartments were well appointed but small and didn't have much storage, so we were going to have to reduce quite a bit. The location was very convenient to me. It’s off Coast Highway, which is a busy highway, so getting in and out of the parking is challenging. Parking wasn’t well marked when I first visited. There’s plenty of parking around the back, but it said “Residents Only” and I didn’t realize there were spots back there until the staff told me.</p>
<p>I liked the staff at Sunrise of La Jolla (Sunrise of Pacific Beach). The place itself was very welcoming and had a grand staircase, which I really liked. The people that greeted us and sat in with us were very nice. I liked that place a lot. That was the one I thought I would end up going to for my husband.</p>
<p>I went to see Sunrise at Siegen. The people were nice, but they didn't have the skilled nursing facility, which was a high level of care. The rooms and the dining were good. The place was clean, and I liked it. The staff was very friendly and caring. However, it was expensive for just the rooms and food, and everything else is extra. If you want extra care, they add the cost.</p>
<p>Outside, Sunrise of Schaumburg was beautiful. Inside, it was extraordinarily cold and bright because it had so many windows. There was nobody in the dining room and nobody in the common area on the main floor. I did get a tour of the memory care upstairs, which was very nice. There was a lot of interaction with the staff, and the areas were very nice, very homey, and comfortable. People seemed very content. I think they had several different setups of rooms with some more spacious than others. They had a nice variety of levels of care and had a program that let move in and try it out for a month.</p>
<p>Sunrise was very nice. They had a resident golden retriever, which I know is great for some seniors. It is a beautiful community with nice-sized rooms. The location was a little better in relation to my parents' doctors. However, the pricing was quite high and different from the other communities.</p>
<p>Sunrise of Belmont gets 5 stars. It was a very nice place and comparable to the other facility I saw. The food looked good. The only thing that gets a 3 rating is the pricing because they’re $2,000 more than anywhere else. It's a nice place but pricey. If I had to put my mother in there, I would.</p>
<p>The rooms at Sunrise were nice. The lighting was a little muted and dark, but the staff was nice. I liked that they accepted pets because my parents had dogs. However, at that time, they did not have memory care rooms available.</p>
We were trying to put my mom at Brighton Gardens of West Orange, but she didn’t want to go. They were attentive to our needs and concerns, and were very quick in answering our questions. They were also very helpful in handling her while she was in distress. It was a lovely place with a beautiful restaurant and an area where people can walk and have activities.
The facility of Sunrise of Belmont is a 5+ rating. It's like a hotel and is absolutely beautiful. The staff seems real good, and the residents seem to be more able-bodied. When I become older, that's the place I'd like to go. The dining area is beautiful, like a hotel restaurant. The sales people we talked to were very nice and positive. I have no reason to think it's not a fine place.
Sunrise of Frederick’s location was very convenient. We are very familiar with Frederick since my daughter was there. It’s very neat and clean. The staff was friendly and very accommodating. We liked the floor plans, and the price was fairly reasonable.
Sunrise of Wayne was beautiful, and the people were excellent. It would have been my third choice because there were sections for mostly just assisted living, so the people were retained in their special spots. It’s fancier and had fancy people. I didn’t see too much activity, but they did have a board saying what’s going on.
The staff of Brighton Gardens was very caring and knowledgeable, and obviously involved with the patients. The facility itself wasn’t quite beautiful, but it was very pleasant. It was under construction in some areas, so it was hard to tell exactly how the whole thing would look. The rooms being offered were varied enough so you had few choices, and it sounded like they had an excellent array of activities for people to get involved in. I got the sense of very caring staff and very happy residents. It seemed they had a wide variety of activities from movies to people coming in to do lectures and play music, and so it looked like it would engage people who were capable of paying attention and being engaged; the residents would be involved in the activities as well as being an audience.
I visited Sunrise of Studio City for consideration for my mom. The staff was very good and professional. I didn't have any problems at all. We have considered them for quite a long time after our experience with another family member who lived at Sunrise before. I know the quality of their care but felt that the physical environment would be overwhelming for my mom. The living quarters were a bit nicer than what she had at the other facility, and the entire facility was more well kept and fancier. I would say it’s like a hotel.
We visited Brighton Gardens for my friend. It was very nicely in an urban setting near a metro, a restaurant, and a coffee shop you could walk to. Rooms were all comparable, but Brighton Gardens was more reasonably priced than the other community I saw. Their dining area was very nice, too.
The staff at Brighton Gardens seemed good, but it seemed like a cluttered and a tight space with no outdoor space, and one of the main things we were looking for was outdoor space. It had a very small dining room for the memory care patients. There were small, individual rooms placed very close together.
My cousin has been receving very good care at Sunrise at Fountain Square for about 3 ½ years now and is very comfortable. The meals are really good. He is a big eater, so they always give him double portions if he wants. They have a good variety of food on the menu. They have an on-call doctor who comes periodically. You can also have your own doctor visit. They have registered nurses and a lot of caregivers who really care. The place is very clean and well maintained.
Brighton Gardens was great and felt like a home. I would have chosen them, but the fee was too high. It provided what I need but not what I needed for my husband. If I had the money, that’s where I would go.