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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The Sunrise in Park Ridge is a beautiful facility. It is clear that much thought has been put into providing a superior quality of life for seniors. The multiple activity areas are lively, and the apartment layouts are quite comfortable—even the studios are spacious.
The staff is very hands-on and engaged with the residents, but has area of opportunity when it comes to communicating with family members.
This is a pricy facility, but worth every penny for those who can afford it.
This facility lives up to the “bed and breakfast” style setting it is designed to have. There are even fresh flowers placed in many of the common areas, which further makes the Sunrise feel like home.
The staff to resident ratio is higher than many facilities, which is especially important since the facility specializes in dementia and Alzheimer’s—but also offers assisted living and hospice care.
The common areas, combined with the daily activities, and group outings make the facility a suitable place for seniors who can no longer drive—or have somewhat limited mobility. May not be the best place for seniors who are still active and independent this is a fairly laidback senior residence.
What a beautiful facility you will find at Sunrise at Buckhead. I toured the facility after attending a conference in their building. It is easily compared to a fine hotel. The staff presents themselves as you would expect from employees at that same fine hotel - Well dressed, well mannered, well spoken, and caring. You put it all together and you find a place that is exceptional in care for residents. I recommend Sunrise at Buckhead. Although I have not eaten at Sunrise at Buckhead, a review of their lunch and dinner offerings was impressive. Care and thought went into offering several choices with nutrition in mind.
Sunrise of Leominster is a unique facility since it offers both reminiscence and independent programs for its seniors. There are one and two bedroom apartments available for self-sufficient independent residents as well as the reminiscence neighborhood for those of whom suffer from Alzheimer's disease. I witnessed the residents engaged in music in the reminiscence neighborhood. They would sing and dance to the music. In addition, for the more active individuals there are shopping excursions. The menu is carefully tailored to each resident's dietary regimen. The facility is located within the city of Leominster. There are local businesses and restaurants within walking distance. There is an outdoor gazebo and sufficient acreage for activities. There is a library and large activities room with a baby grand piano for entertainment. Residents are encouraged to be independent and active within the community. Several types of insurances are accepted. The residents of both programs are very outspoken which was something that this reviewer enjoyed.
Staff is friendly and very knowledgeable about a range of resident's needs, including dementia, frailty of age, alzeihmers, and memory care. Staff are properly trained and aware of resident's needs, so the facility is relatively safe for your loved ones. Spacious building with free coffee and cookies at the coffee shop. Dining hall is also set like a restaurant.
This is a lovely facility in the heart of the congested Lincoln Park area of Chicago. Lots of shopping and eateries nearby and also close to public transportation It is immaculate and there are not any bad smells anywhere. There is a therapy dog which is often near the reception desk to greet residents -- very gentle and loving. On the main floor is a little eatery. The place seems welcoming and friendly. There is a separate unit for people with Alzheimer's Disease which is composed of a large den-like area where people can watch television and residents have their own rooms. Staff is professional. Only downside is the parking area which has limited space and it is difficult to find parking in the area.
Accompanying her husband on a musical instrument, a woman bestows the joyous sounds of delightful folk music on the resident's ears. Typically found on the 3rd floor of the facility, she plays the oboe for the residents along with her husband. A very bustling and lively scene, you feel invigorated and energized walking through the facility. With various residents playing bingo, engaging in games, solving puzzles, activities are typically scheduled and planned ahead of time to include breakfast, lunch, and dinner outings, but mostly, activities are scheduled within the facility on virtually an hourly basis. Residents who enjoy always having something to do will greatly enjoy this atmosphere, including visiting the science museum, attending shows, or watching plays.
For pet-lovers and animal enthusiasts, this facility offers a great option for living on site with your animal or pet. The facility also provides the option for socializing at various events or activities with different residents, such as music or dance festivals throughout the week. Specific to this facility, however, is the use of memory-sensory items found all across the hallway, to aid and assist patients with dementia or alzeihmers throughout the day.
The staff at the sunrise of Burlington are very supportive of the residents due to special memory and cognitive impairements. The house program "reminiscence" is tailored for their residents. Activities include "Sunrise morning strollers" at 10:00 am every day. On site catholic services with communion on Tuesdays. Brain Gym is another program to keep the residents engaged. The residents seem happy and relaxed.
nice location and very easy to get to this facility is one nice feature. Well kept grounds and nice exterior appearance makes it very appealing. Inside a beautiful reception area, very nice dinner room and great nice rooms private or semi private. What they have here the best is the service. The small bistro style place its a nice feature of course but more important is that they are adjusting the menus and for some people this is very important. I had the gluten free menu and I was surprised how well was done, I was very happy to find a good gluten free chef. I liked the place and although I was just visiting I felt good about the place during my few hours visit.
I totally recommend this place and I think for the services they offer they make a great job. I do think you should see other communities and compare as prices may be better in other places but if you decided on this one I don't think you will regret.
Sunrise of Plano is an astounding senior community. The residents are very vibrant and self-sufficient. The rooms are large and some have full kitchens. Cabinets are plentiful rather it's a full kitchen or kitchenette. The building is packed with amenities to fulfill the seniors daily. The outdoor space is beautifully landscaped with wide walking paths. The porch and sunroom areas have comfortable chair and relaxing views. The staff is always happy to assist residents when necessary. There are services available to make daily living stress-free. Activities are fun and enlightening. The meals are great and liked among the residents and staff.
Sunrise of Metairie is a very clean and well maintained community. The staff here seemed a little preoccupied because they did not acknowledge me, but were helpful once I got their attention. The food was great, I had chicken and rice that was seasoned well but still healthy. I didn't get to see any activities taking place, but the calendar was well planned. This community is clean and smells nice.
I had the privilege of visiting Sunrise of Des Peres. I was amazed at the many different activities one can indulge in. Like the fitness center, movie room, and outside deck. The community is small, but decorated nice. And equipped with many luxurious amenities. They provide 3 great meals with many choices from the beverage bars. I didn't interact with staff, but I do know living at the community you get help to maintain independence. The rooms are comfy and comes with a garden view from some windows to watch the sunrise in Des Peres!
Sunrise of Fort Worth is located just minutes from Kindred Hospital. The building is lovely inside and out. It feels a bit like a resort when it come to the design and layout. The common areas are clean and organized. The rooms are open and modern. The courtyard has a large gazebo and walking path. The care plans are individualized to maintain a well balanced lifestyle. The staff is great and caring. They are very passionate and informative when it comes to their memory care program. Meals are served resturant-style in the dining room. There is a small bistro-like area for snack and beverages throughout the day. The activities are very stimulating and fun. The Activities Coordinator encourages the residents to participate with new hobbies and to stay active through exercising and thinking games.
Sunrise of Walnut Creek is a nice, relatively small senior community. They have 60 assisted living units and 19 memory care units, all single occupancy. Each unit has a small fridge, but residents are asked to bring their own microwaves. They have nice gathering areas, a nice courtyard, and a bistro for snacks throughout the day. They also have an on-site beauty salon and 2 hydro tubs for residents' uses. They are pet friendly and their is no charge unless the resident needs their pet cared for. They also have daily exercise classes, nightly movies, and weekly excursions.
In addition, they are very conveniently located to two hospitals, satellite medical offices, and mere steps from Doctors' Park, which makes accessibility to going to the doctor extremely convenient.
The staff is extremely friendly, helpful and outgoing. It is a very clean and peaceful environment for its residents.
The staff here are so friendly and inviting! The facility is very welcoming as well but what makes this place stand out are the activities. A unique and very popular activity is ceramics (though there are some extra costs) as well as the art program, where they study and discuss various artists and then paint. They are very involved in the community as well so trips to the Morton Arboretum and seeing places at the local college are always on the calendar. The meals are fantastic, with a variety of options each meal. And if residents don't like what is being offered, they can request other options like breakfast for dinner. The only downside is there isn't much within walking distance.
A very nice facility. The residents all appeared to be happy and communicating well with each other. I have never had their food. The building is quite inviting, and the staff seems well educated. This is essential when caring for senior citizens. The way a building looks and is maintained has a direct impact on how residents feel about themselves. The education of the staff, too, has a massive impact on day to day life. I believe they do a good job at Sunrise on Providence.
A beautiful facility, and the staff seemed to be caring and interactive with the residents. I recommend Brighton Gardens. They have a great concern about educating their staff on dementia care. This is essential as our population ages and dementia becomes more prevalent. I enjoyed my tour, and I have referred individuals to their facility. Their residents are very interactive with visitors, and they speak well about their home. Brighton Gardens is a place I recommend.
This community has several staff members available to greet you when you walk through the entry. The challenge is they are not very friendly nor willing to answer questions. The staff seemed busy and unable to have a friendly or supportive relationship with the residents. The care seems average but the care staff seems to be difficult to find. The activities were average and encouraged by the director. Overall the building is clean and well maintained.
What a wonderful community to tour and live! The executive director is amazing! When I toured this community he was so professional, friendly and excited about his building. When walking into the building the fresh scent and beautiful upgraded building was eye catching. When I was touring the community all of the staff had a smile and they seemed refreshed and willing to give information about their role and community on a whole. The staff was happy to work for Sunrise and they kept referring back to the standards of the director and Sunrise. The care team worked well with the residents and they were aware of their needs. The activities were endless and they matched the calendar precisely. The residents were happy and the activities were appropriate for assisted living and memory care residents. The food was great and several accommodations were available. The building is well maintained and managed.
When touring this community the first thing that I noticed was the smiles on the residents faces. The residents were talking and just finishing an activity and they were very engaged. The staff were encouraging and they were continously reminding the residents of the upcoming activities. The staff were friendly and aware of the individual needs of the residents. The activities calendar is filled with varation and the activities director is extremely motivated. They have a variety of outings as well as entertainment. The apartments are cozy and meet the basic needs of the residents. The building is clean, well maintained and free from odor.
Sunrise of Frisco is a beautifully decorated and up-to-date community. The staff is welcoming and informative. I viewed the meal plan and activity calendar and they were both appropriate, but didn't offer much variety. I enjoyed my tour and I spoke to some residents on the outside patio about their stay at Sunrise of Frisco. The residents spoke very highly of the staff, the facility, and the community as a whole. Many of them said it feels like a family environment, very caring and genuine.
This is a fairly new, nicely furnished and decorated facility that has a very comforting, home-like feel to it. There is a large dog that lives and is cared for on the premises and he is a gentle giant, you won't see anyone wearing medical scrubs, and the food is excellent. The staff are friendly, approachable, and caring and there is a nursing supervisor on-site who is very involved with all aspects of resident care. There are regular 1 & 2 bedroom apartments as well as a locked dementia care unit on a separate floor that is accessed by a keypad. There are a number of activities including daily exercise group that staff will assist the residents to and a variety of levels of care available, including access to home health, hospice,visiting physician, etc.as needed. One comment that I have heard from a resident is to consider the location of your apartment as one side of the building faces a very busy intersection (635 & Hillcrest), so traffic noise can be a factor.
This community is an excellent example of the importance of really taking a close look at things.
The location is ideal for active seniors, the menu is better than average, the daily itinerary encourages socialization, and the building is clean and beautiful.
If a senior is only looking for minimal help, then this could be a good fit. However, if more skilled care is required, or if the need for care increases—then staffing is not always adequate. Although the staff is friendly and sincere, the response times are inconsistent.