Sunrise on Vernier

Services & Amenities at Sunrise on Vernier

Although services and amenities vary slightly by location and care level, they typically include:

  • Trained staff available 24-hours a day
  • Daily physical fitness, creative, social, learning and spiritual activities, scheduled group trips and resident-sponsored clubs for a variety of interests
  • Up to three delicious, well-balanced meals served daily featuring a variety of menu choices with snacks available throughout the day
  • Monthly wellness visits by a licensed on-staff nurse
  • Weekly housekeeping and daily trash removal
  • Weekly personal laundry
  • Social and educational programs for families
  • Scheduled resident and family meetings
  • Gracious accommodations with a variety of floor plans
  • Maintenance of building and grounds

For more information on the services and amenities available for the care level you are seeking, please give us a call or contact us to set up a tour.


Sunrise on Vernier, MI - Testimonials:

“Our family was blessed, as was Robert, to spend the last month of his life at Sunrise on Vernier.  I shall forever be grateful for your kindness and caring.  Your facility will be highly recommended by our family to anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation, and I would be happy to serve as a reference for perspective families at Sunrise.” –Noreen B, resident's family member


"Margaret C. was a patient of mine for many years, until her death last November 1, 2019. In September, her family moved her to the Sunrise Memory Care facility near her home. By then, Margaret had late stage Alzheimer's. The family assured me that they had always been, and were still, completely satisfied with my medical care for her but Sunrise offered additional medical benefits that she needed.  At the facility, Margaret immediately qualified for hospice care provided by MedTeam. MedTeam worked very closely with Sunrise staff to provide Margaret with a level of attention and care that her previous private home caregivers could not. In particular, she received near constant monitoring and attention from Sunrise staff, regular meals, activities, and social interactions throughout the day. The family reported that the change in her was immediate and remarkable. She went from 16 or more hours per day sleeping, slumped over in her wheelchair and very unresponsive when awake, to getting up early in the morning, sitting up straight in her wheelchair, chatting away all day, and keen to participate in activities." –Dr. Stephen D., M.D, resident's doctor

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