Reviews of Sunnymere
Apr 3, 2018 | Reviewed by Bendetrese
I Visited This Facility
I visited the assisted living of Sunnymere, and it's not what I need. It was for residents 65 and older. It seemed OK. The staff was very nice. It didn't smell bad, it had a good atmosphere, and I would recommend them for assisted living.
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Costs for Sunnymere
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Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted
Amenities at Sunnymere
Resident Capacity: 49
State License #: 14084
Trips & Outings
On-Site Medical Visits: Podiatrist
Help with Activities of Daily Living
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Description of Sunnymere
The seed was planted in 1895 with a gift of a house and lot from Harriet Colby. The Old Ladies' Home of Aurora was established. Another Auroran, Clara Bowron bequeathed her entire estate to establish the Bowron Home.
Realizing the necessity of a larger home for a growing community, the Old Ladies' Home and the Bowron Home combined resources to build Sunnymere on the land given by Jessie Farnsworth. The name Sunnymere was selected as a memorial to her, and the first residents moved in on July 16, 1939.
Sunnymere has undergone many changes since those early years. Today, Sunnymere is a licensed sheltered care home for seniors 65 years and older. Sunnymere has always provided residential care for Independent seniors. In 1998, due to a recognized need for assisted living services at a reasonable cost, Sunnymere began providing assisted living.
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