Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Sunrise Senior Living's memory care services are focused firmly on the individual. Dementia slowly interferes with one’s mental ability to manage everyday life. Our memory care services create a safe and stimulating environment for those with dementia--including its most common form, Alzheimer’s.

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Memory Care at Sunrise

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Video: Memory Care Validation Method

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What is Memory Care?

Memory care is a long-term care solution for older adults living with memory loss, including Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Generally, these services include a secure unit with staff trained to understand the needs of people with dementia.

Sunrise Memory Care

We understand that memory loss affects everyone differently, so we focus on getting to know each resident as an individual, in order to best meet his or her unique needs. Our team partners with each resident’s doctors and loved ones before move-in to create an Individualized Service Plan--a wellness plan that helps ensure the proper level of care is provided, even as needs change.

At Sunrise, we offer a Reminiscence® Program and specially designed Reminiscence® Neighborhoods for people living with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other forms of memory loss. These are calm and secure areas that are designed so resident suites are located next to living and dining areas, promoting easy navigation and social interaction. Our memory care services feature separate areas, memory-focused activities, and Life Enrichment Managers who are trained in Validation® Therapy and other special memory care techniques. Read more about Sunrise’s Memory Care Services in The Washington Post.


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Sunrise's Reminiscence Program

Sunrise Dementia Care

Each resident in our Reminiscence Neighborhood has a designated Life Enrichment Manager who consistently cares for them--becoming a trusted friend and learning all of his or her personal preferences.

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They can tell when my dad’s not feeling well or he needs special attention, they just know. Just knowing that my dad is in their hands gives me peace of mind.
Stacy - Daughter of a Reminiscence Resident

More About Memory Care

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Check Out Our Memory Care Resources
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