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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Sunrise of Hermosa Beach was a really beautiful facility. Some of the rooms had ocean views. It's a very well-maintained and a really nice facility within a block of the beach. We looked at a one-bedroom apartment for my mother, and it actually had a bedroom, a living room, a kitchenette, and a bathroom all on the top floor, so it had an ocean view, but it was $2,000 higher a month. The residents we encountered did not appear to be very lively.
Brighton Gardens of Saddle River was very nice. The room that I looked at was being refurbished and had a small living room, kitchenette, and two bedrooms. I liked the way that the residents decorated their doors. I liked the fact that they have what they call "the memory room" where they can go in and play dress-up; I thought that was awesome. I liked that they had a cat in there running around.
Sunrise of Gilbert is a nice place, but I was not that impressed. I did not like that the memory care was on the third floor. I did not feel comfortabler. It looked well staffed although I did not have as much interaction with them. I knew that they had scheduled breakfast, lunch, and dinner and that was one thing that we didn’t want.
Sunrise of La Jolla was a much nicer facility and more expensive than other places. It was in a nice part of San Diego, and the second story had an ocean view. It's very nice on paper. Inside, it's very nicely decorated, with the interior designs all themed and matching. It's definitely an upscale community and staff. The highlight of our tour was when the female chef came out. She clearly does this with every guest and every resident and took a personal interest, got to know us, and asked us a little bit about my grandfather, my aunt's father. She was just very attentive and caring and was by far the standout of that particular facility.
We liked Sunrise of Yorba Linda. It seemed to have the most amenities and was probably a good fit. Their rooms seemed nice and adequate. They seemed to have different activities like arts and crafts and excursions. Their dining area seemed clean and sufficient.
Sunrise at Siegen is a newer facility. The rooms looked like fairly new facilities. They were warm, the colors and decorations were good, and it was great. It seemed like everybody was happy. You can tell that it had a good atmosphere.
Sunrise at Sterling Canyon was very nice. They didn't have any carport or garage, and I was kind of disappointed in that. I liked everything about it. The rooms were a little small. The dining area was good. The only thing I could think of for them to improve on was to have a carport or parking. To me, it would be a valuable aspect. The location was good on a very quiet street. It's a great place.
I have to rate Sunrise of Woodland Hills an A for excellent. It's a great place with very good food, nice people and staff, and all the activities that you want. It's a very good place. The only drawback is that the street can be busy. The surroundings are nice. It has a lot of places to see and a lot of things to do. The rooms are a little small. The food is like cuisine from a top of the line restaurant. The staff is excellent. It has very good treatment, very good tour, is very nice, and pleasant, and they called me back. I had a very good experience. I don't think they can improve on anything. The apartments seem a little expensive, but overall, it's pretty much worth the price. The location is not bad, but they could be in a slightly better location because they're right next to the freeway on Ventura Boulevard, which can be crowded and congested. Coming out of the garage and to the driveway can be a little tricky.
Sunrise at Alta Loma was a beautiful, well-kept facility in a beautiful location. It had amazing amenities and great care for seniors. The staff was incredibly helpful. Not only did they give us information regarding their facility, but they also facilitated information as a whole on what we would need to do to service my mom in the best way possible. The rooms were very spacious, well-kept, and impressive. Residents were served and had choices of what they wanted to eat. It was very well appointed. I would definitely highly recommend it.
We liked Sunrise's facility and the rooms that were available. The tour was good. We were able to see the facility and found out where it was and what it was like. The only thing that was left was the question of how the charges were going to be generated outside the normal fee.
Sunrise of Cascade seemed very nice. I really didn’t like the layout of the rooms because for two people to share the room, it seemed kind of small. The staff was friendly and informative. We had one person who walked through with us and really didn’t have any contact with the other staff members. The dining area and the lounge area were very nice, open, and shared a fireplace.
Sunrise at Orchard was beautiful. The people were nice. The reason I chose not to go there is because they were extremely pricey. The dining area was very nice. Their amenities were the same as in other places. If you want extra things, like Mother getting her hair or nails done, I thought that was quite pricey.
We went to Sunrise of Cascade and had an excellent tour. The people were very helpful. We saw all the facilities. The people that live there seemed to be friendly, happy, and content. It was a beautiful community. They played cards, games, and had barbecue nights.
Sunrise of Yorba Linda is just a relaxing and very comfortable place. The staff is very friendly, very professional, very nice, and very caring. They do a lot of stuff and a lot of day trips. My cousin likes the food there, and their dining area is very clean.
We chose Sunrise of Studio City. The staff is nice, understanding, and helpful. The people seem happy, and it seems like a happy place. They have lots of activities. The food is good. There is a kitchenette in every room and big windows and lots of lights. They have daily housekeeping and do their laundry for them. They take them on outings and to go shopping. It is a clean place in a very nice setting. My mom will move there in the next two weeks, hopefully.
Sunrise at Orchard was a beautiful place, but they didn't have a room at that time. It would have worked out well. They had a wing for memory care with really nice rooms. It looked to me like everyone was being taken care of and happy. It was just a very nice place. In the memory care wing, there was a room with tables and chairs and TV and comfortable dining room furniture. The rest of the building was a huge, gorgeous place. It looked like everyone was just doing great.
Sunrise was very clean and very neat. I liked the rooms and the fact that they let you use the furniture in the room. The staff was pleasant. The location was very good, it was off the road in a quiet area with nice landscaping.
Brighton Gardens impressed me. The tour was very good and everything was clean. The residents appeared happy. They had a lot of activities planned, and I got to see the residents involved in those activities and during mealtime. The food and living conditions looked good. There seemed to be a lot of employees there. It was decorated nice. The location and grounds were good. They had a walking path and walking group for the residents. I saw that they were having a birthday for one of the residents who was turning 100. They had matching tablecloths, nice place settings, and a vase of flowers on each table. It almost looked like a restaurant. The people looked and smiled at us. They were having a conversation while they were eating, and I saw a lot of employees.
Sunrise of Lafayette Hill was personal care and assisted living. It's gorgeous. Pricing was more a la carte than a flat fee, so if you need more help, then that's more money per month. It's very pretty with a great layout. They had a dining room, cafe, activities, and it looked more like a big house inside with a staircase and a living room with TVs. It's not institutional-looking like some of them. The caregivers seemed very nice and knew what they're talking about. The menus were beautiful. The grounds were pretty, and they had a little dog that lived there who roams around. I think they can have pets in their rooms, but they charge extra. I would recommend it if people can afford it.
Sunrise of Lenexa was very nice but multi-level, and the only room they had open at the time was on the third floor. My mother has myopathy in her legs, and I wanted her to be on ground level. For people who are pet-friendly, they do allow pets, which to me would have been a bonus. Other than that, it was a very nice place. The staff was very nice, informative, warm, and approachable. We were there for lunchtime, and everybody was there, and it was very nice. It looked like a restaurant atmosphere, not like a regular cafeteria. We didn't eat there, but it smelled great.
Brighton Gardens was very nice. The atmosphere was very good. The staff was friendly, accommodating, helpful, and very informative. The grounds were very nice, well decorated, well maintained, and clean. Everybody looked like they were having a good time. The dining area was nice. They were painting the unit that we looked at. We also saw one model room that was very nice.