How we’re responding as our vaccination rates rise.
After a long year in which many families were isolated from one another, the COVID-19 vaccines have made it possible for some members to now visit in person. There’s no better time to plan a small family gathering than Mother’s Day. One type of event that mothers of all ages are likely to enjoy is a tea party.
April 22 is Earth Day! Every year, Earth Day marks the birthday of the modern environmental movement in 1970.
The idea of talking with an aging parent about their finances can create stress and anxiety for adult children. You don’t want a senior loved one to think you are questioning their money-management abilities or worrying about their health. It’s an unfortunate reality, however, that emergencies happen more frequently with age.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, senior living communities like Sunrise have learned how to adapt. That includes being among the first to hold vaccine clinics for residents and staff. It’s another step forward in our commitment to resident health and safety.
We are excited to welcome Jack R. Callison, Jr. as Sunrise Senior Living’s new Chief Executive Officer. He joins Sunrise with two decades of leadership experience in the senior living and multi-family housing industries.
As the calendar turns to spring, many people are looking forward to sunnier skies. Between cold, snowy days, political turmoil, and concerns about the coronavirus, it was a long winter indeed. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the pandemic in particular has had a major impact on all of our lives. It has increased stress and anxiety resulting in reduced overall well-being.
An update from Sue Coppola, Chief Clinical Officer, and Jenifer Salamino, Chief Operating Officer, regarding updates to visitation, dining, and activities at Sunrise with the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine.
After a long winter likely spent indoors, getting outside can give the spirit a boost. Gardening is an activity older adults can safely enjoy even amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, gardening doesn’t require a large plot of land to reap the mental and physical health benefits.