We’re expanding operations and welcoming brighter days.
A message from our new Chief Clinical Officer, Paula Adams.
Exercise is important at every age. It offers benefits for physical and mental well-being. For older adults, staying active also helps build core strength and protect balance, both of which can lower the risk of falls.
As our nation continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have delayed routine health screenings. For some it was because providers paused nonessential medical appointments prior to an available vaccine. Others were fearful of being exposed to the virus while waiting in small office spaces.
Happy Thanksgiving! Read a message from our Chief Executive Officer, Jack Callison.
There’s no denying the COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on people’s lives. And it’s not just fears about our physical health and safety that makes the days so difficult. The emotional rollercoaster we’ve all lived through as the coronavirus surges and recedes has been significant.
Home fires are a concern for households of all ages. And for good reason. According to the National Fire Protection Association, a local fire department in this country responds to one every 24 seconds. Every 85 seconds, one of those fires occurs in a private residence.
Flu season is upon us and brings with it complexities given the ongoing pandemic. With the abundance of information circulating around these questions, the Sunrise leadership team continues to turn to expert guidance from organizations like the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the World Health Organization as we navigate the newest layer of education related to COVID-19.
The annual open enrollment period occurs every year from October 15 to December 7. It’s the one time of year most seniors can make changes to their existing plan. Even if you are satisfied with your current provider, you’ll still want to review your coverage.