Learn how you may be able to participate in a vaccine clinic.*
It’s often said that our team members are what continue to make Sunrise the best of the best in the industry. That is especially so during such a challenging, unconventional year. We are honored to reveal the 2020 recipients of Sunrise’s distinguished team member awards – individuals who remained grounded by our mission to champion quality of life for all seniors and tapped into their serving hearts more than ever.
An update from our Chief Operating Officer and Chief Clinical Officer as residents and team members begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
If you’re the caregiver for a senior family member, you know every detail of their health, needs, and preferences. From when they take their medications to how they like their eggs to their allergies and health conditions, you’ve got it all down to a science.
The holiday celebrations looked a lot different for most people this season. However, something that hasn’t changed is the opportunity to welcome a new year. Because 2020 presented so many unique challenges, ranging from unprecedented political strife to a global health pandemic, many people are ready to move ahead. If you are looking for a fresh start in 2021, you aren’t alone.
An update from our Chief Operations Officer regarding holiday events and celebrations taking place across Sunrise communities, and a reminder of our new app for family communications.
An update regarding the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine for residents considering a near-term move to a Sunrise Senior Living community.
While we were all hoping the COVID-19 pandemic would be safely behind us before the holidays began, concerns about the coronavirus linger. It’s put a damper on private gatherings and public celebrations. Everything from community tree lighting ceremonies to family dinners is affected.
Experts at the CDC have prioritized healthcare workers and long-term care residents in the U.S. to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as it becomes available. Since the vaccine is new, it brings with it a lot of questions. To prepare you with the facts, we’ve outlined key information from public health officials to help you make an informed decision:
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