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18 Sunrise Communities Earn 2019 Bronze Quality Award from AHCA/NCAL

We are thrilled to share that 18 Sunrise Senior Living communities were recently recognized with a 2019 Bronze—Commitment to Quality Award, bringing Sunrise’s total number of Quality Awards earned to more than 280, the most of any single assisted living provider.

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How to Keep Your Immune System Strong after 60

With aging comes change in the body’s immunity. The body’s defense system doesn’t work as well as it did in younger days. Fortunately, there are steps older adults can take to compensate for the immune system’s decline. It’s important to do so to protect yourself from viruses and other health conditions.

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Erwin Lazaro Wins Sunrise’s Sixth Annual Senior Eats Nutritional Challenge

Every day at Sunrise communities, you’ll find chefs hard at work preparing nutritious meals designed to nourish the body. But we know our residents expect and deserve meal options that are more than just nutritious. They also want foods that look and taste great.

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Why We Pause to Honor and Remember on Memorial Day

Memorial Day is more than the unofficial kickoff to summer. It is a solemn holiday to remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedom of the United States.

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How Seniors Can Overcome Hesitations and Make a Successful Transition to Assisted Living

Older adults who move to an assisted living community often say they wish they’d done so sooner. Most see their quality of life improve in areas ranging from socialization and nutrition to safety, personal care support, and freedom from home repairs.

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Understanding and Empathizing with Older Adults’ Fears about Assisted Living

Assisted living communities offer a wide range of services and amenities designed to promote quality of life and independence. Yet many seniors delay making this move.

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Safety Technology for Adults with Alzheimer's Disease

When a family elder has Alzheimer’s disease, safety is a leading concern for loved ones. Because the disease typically causes memory loss and impaired judgment, finding discreet, noninvasive ways to keep a senior loved one safe is important. In recent years, technology has made that easier.

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Decluttering and Downsizing for Better Mental Health

Japanese organizing consultant Marie Kondo has made a lot of headlines. Her commitment to decluttering and downsizing has caught the attention of many people who are overwhelmed with life. Kondo’s approach is to eliminate items in your house that don’t spark joy.

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