We’re welcoming brighter days while continuing to promote health and safety.
An update from Sue Coppola, Chief Clinical Officer, regarding the latest developments in Sunrise's COVID-19 response
Residents and staff at Sunrise Senior Living communities were fortunate to be some of the first people in the country to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recognized the importance of prioritizing older adults who live in housing communities as well as their caregivers. As a result, vaccines started being administered to both groups in January.
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.
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.
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:
As the number of cases of coronavirus across the country surges again, the acronym EUA has made its way into news reports and everyday conversations. It was coined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and stands for Emergency Use Authorization. This term refers to the process of getting treatment and prevention products to market quicker than usual.