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Caregiver Support Group | Last Tuesday of Every MonthClick to learn more about our upcoming events.
This holiday season, let us take care of the little things so you can focus on the moments that matter. Move in by December 31, 2019, and enjoy your next two Decembers rent-free.* Restrictions may apply. Contact us today to learn more.
You are cordially invited to join other caregivers, just like you, to share advice, exchange experiences and learn more about additional resources available to you. Led by Jeanie Slater BA in Psychology from the Senior Support Program. This insightful and engaging group is open to Sunrise family members and the public. Feel free to bring a friend or two, light refreshments will be served, we look forward to seeing you!
At Sunrise of Pleasanton, just a short drive across the bay from San Francisco, we provide the highest level of senior care while surrounded by the charm and small-town feel that is distinctive of beautiful Pleasanton, California. Our residents and families love the access to the city’s historic downtown and the mix of shops, services and restaurants that add to the quaint, neighborhood feel of this beautiful town. Inside our community, we provide personalized support for each of our residents, as well as delicious, seasonal meals prepared by our dining staff and a full calendar of activities designed to enrich the mind, body and soul. Our community offers assisted living and memory care programs led by a staff that is compassionate, experienced and trained to uphold our founders’ mission: to champion the quality of life for all seniors.
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Sunrise of Pleasanton is already changing the lives of local seniors—whether by welcoming in Sunrise Villa Sonoma residents during the recent California wildfires, or by making their own residents feel at home.
"It really gives her the dignity she deserves, and she really, really enjoys it here," said Cynthia, a Pleasanton resident’s family member.
Read more from Pleasanton Weekly.