Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

Sunrise Senior Living's Memory Care Services are focused firmly on the individual. Dementia slowly interferes with our loved 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 disease.

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Memory Care at Sunrise

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Sunrise Reminiscence Program

Our Reminiscence Neighborhoods provide a separate, comfortable and secure environment for those in need of memory care. We know that memory loss affects every resident differently so we focus on understanding each individual. Sunrise's Memory Care Services were featured in The Washington Post.

Our specially designed Reminiscence Neighborhoods are part of a memory care program for seniors with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other forms of memory loss. Backed by the latest research, our staff designs programs with stimulating, personalized multi-sensory experiences. Programs may include daily exercise and outings, group activities and visits with children and pets, depending on what benefits each individual senior.


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Sunrise's Reminiscence Program

Sunrise Dementia Care

Each resident has a Designated Care 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

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