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Our veterans deserve the very best senior care, and we are proud that so many heroes and their spouses call Sunrise home. We invite you to learn more about our resident veterans and explore how the Department of Veterans Affairs benefit can help seniors.
At almost 100 years old, WWII veteran Al Montella achieved a lifelong dream: Getting his high school diploma. He received it during an outdoor ceremony at Sunrise of Granite Run in Media, PA.
Ed Good, a resident at Sunrise of Farmington Hills in Michigan, lights up when speaking about his time as a U.S. Army paratrooper in WWII. Ed loves discussing historical events with team members.
Col. Frank Cohn, resident of The Fairfax in Virginia, received the Gold Order of the Marechaussee from the Military Police Corps Regiment. Frank is a WWII veteran who served his country for 35 years.
Ken Hoffman served his country in the Army Air Corps. A Sunrise of Gurnee, IL, resident, Ken is known for his bright smile, occasional Irish accent, and his love for skiing, reading, and WWII movies.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has benefits available to senior veterans. War veterans and their spouses may be eligible to receive nearly $2,000 per month to help defray the cost of assisted living or other non-reimbursed medical care through the Aid and Attendance program.
The eligibility criteria for this benefit includes:
Veterans and their spouses can lock in their suite rate* through January 1, 2023 if they sign a residency agreement. Care fees are excluded. Offer applies to new move-ins only. Contact us to learn more.
The hundreds of veterans who call Sunrise home across the country have served in WWII, Vietnam, Korea, and the Gulf War.
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