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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.
Sunrise communities across New Jersey are asking for your help! We are working with The Joy of Sox® to collect socks for those in need. Please drop off new socks for men, women or children at a Sunrise community near you on or before December 23rd, 2019. Thank you for helping to make the holidays warmer and brighter for those who need it most.
Award-winning community, recognized with a Bronze National Quality Award by AHCA/NCAL
Sunrise of Randolph, an assisted living community in Randolph, NJ, embraces the Sunrise philosophy of relationship-based care. Our program is completely personalized and a Designated Care Manager is assigned to manage to each resident’s individual care. In addition, our management team is available on site seven days a week to assist residents and answer any questions they—or their families—may have at any time. Families enjoy the confidence in knowing our entire team is committed to championing the quality of life for our seniors. In fact, our executive director is one of three registered nurses on staff. Compassionate, skilled and prepared for any issue that comes our way, we adapt to our residents as they age and their needs change. Plus, we offer a stimulating activities calendar which includes trips to local casinos, theaters and outdoor excursions to Horseshoe Lake, all within an hour of our community. Pay us a visit and discover why our residents love living at Sunrise of Randolph.
A local Girl Scout troop visited Sunrise of Randolph to take a tour, play bingo, and tell residents about the history of each Girl Scout cookie. They even wore costumes and brought cookies for residents to snack on! Read more from Randolph Reporter.