Sunrise Senior Living is an American operator of assisted living and other houses for senior citizens. As of 2017 it operates over 315 assisted living facilities throughout the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom., making it the fifth largest senior living provider in the U.S.

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  • Sleep problems are common at all stages of Alzheimer’s disease. A lack of sleep can be tough on both the person living with the disease and on the loved one who is caring for them.Why do People with Alzheimer’s Suffer Sleep Problems? Many seniors have problems sleeping. In fact, almost half of all older adults say they suffer some form of insomnia. The National Institutes of Health says some of th...

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  • Aging is tough on our bones. As we grow older, we begin to lose bone mass. Experts say bone loss can actually begin as early as age 30. Weakened bones can lead to serious issues like fractures and falls. An estimated 10 million people in this country live with osteoporosis, a disease which reduces the density and quality of a person’s bones. As many as 1.5 million adults experience a bone fracture...

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  • By Chris Winkle, CEO Last week, Sunrise became the first-ever senior living provider to earn the distinction of “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Senior Living Communities“ by J.D. Power, the most trusted name in market research. Sunrise ranked highest in 5 out of 6 study factors: caregiver/staff; services/activities; setup/orientation; rooms/building/grounds; and food/beverage. Within the ...

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  • February 20 is National Love Your Pet Day! The health benefits associated with having a furry or feathered friend are well-documented. An animal companion can help with everything from reducing the risk of depression to lowering blood pressure. So it’s only fitting that we take good care of our pets in return.In honor of Love Your Pet Day, we are sharing a few tips for creating healthy treats, as ...

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  • At Sunrise, we take your care personally and are committed to providing each family with an experience tailored to their preferences and needs. Sunrise recently ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Senior Living Communities” by J.D. Power, the most trusted name in market research, and we are honored to be the first-ever senior living provider to earn this distinction.A few highlights: ...

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  • As your caregiving duties gradually increase, the symptoms of overload can slowly sneak up on you. In fact, you might not recognize any trouble until you reach the point where you are overwhelmed and burned out. Sometimes, caregivers can experience a health crisis of their own before they realize anything is wrong.Caregiver burnout is defined as “a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhausti...

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  • The winter months can be brutal for arthritis sufferers– who add up to 50 million adults in the U.S. alone. As the temperature drops, people with this chronic health condition often report that their level of pain increases.For some, prescription medication can help ease their symptoms, but others are reluctant to take it. Side effects of arthritis medications can include upset stomach, swelling i...

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  • If you’ve ever moved before, you probably aren’t surprised to learn that moving is considered to be one of life’s most stressful events. Moving can very traumatic for older adults. Many seniors have lived in their current home for decades and raised a family there. That can make leaving the home behind both physically and emotionally difficult, but it is a decision most older adults will eventuall...

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  • February is a month dedicated to matters of the heart: heart-healthy diets, living a heart-smart lifestyle, and celebrating happy hearts on Valentine’s Day. Many people are surprised to learn that Valentine’s Day is more than just a holiday created by the greeting card industry. In fact, its roots date back to the Romans. While there are many legends surrounding Valentine’s Day, the most popular o...

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  • Tax season is upon us once again. The constant changes in tax laws can be tough to keep up with every year. Seniors might find tax season to be especially difficult because their retirement income may be derived from sources other than employment, and the related tax laws can be confusing.Tax season also brings with it the potential for  identity theft. Seniors are often targeted in financial scam...

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  • Did you know that some types of cancer are preventable? In fact, experts believe as much as one third of all cancers could be prevented by making good lifestyle choices.February is National Cancer Month, and we are sharing possible changes  you can make to reduce your risk of developing cancer. Take Steps to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer According to the National Cancer Institute, you can reduce you...

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  • Super Bowl LII is almost here! This year’s game will be held on February 4 in Minneapolis, Minn. If you are preparing to host a party for friends and family, putting together a tasty but healthy menu might be at the top of your “to do” list. Because older adults tend to require special diets due to chronic health conditions, finding ways to lighten up traditional Super Bowl party foods is importan...

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  • Would you be surprised to learn that cardiac-related disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in this country? It is. This statistic is especially troubling because, in many cases, heart disease is preventable. Healthy lifestyle choices can make a big difference in the long run.February is National Heart Month, a time to raise awareness about heart disease and the steps each of...

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  • When you are a caregiver for a senior loved one, winter can seem to drag on. This is the time of year many caregivers struggle most—when the holidays are long gone, but spring still feels far away. Winter weather can make it too cold or icy to venture outside, especially if your loved one has mobility issues.February is a time some caregivers may develop a case of cabin fever or the winter blues a...

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  • More than half of all adults in this country have high cholesterol. Surprisingly, experts say only one in three of these adults have the condition under control. Adults over 65 are at the highest risk of having a stroke or heart attack linked to high cholesterol. This makes it especially important for seniors with high cholesterol to adhere to their prescribed medication. Since high cholesterol i...

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  • Minor vision problems can occur at any age, especially for those who spend a lot of time staring at a computer or cell phone  screen. Between video games, computers, smartphones, and tablets, eye strain has become an increasingly common issue for kids and adults alike. But as we grow older, there can be additional vision issues that develop more frequently. Knowing what symptoms indicate a more se...

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  • One debate seniors and their families often have is whether it is less expensive to age in place at home or to move to an assisted living community.Some believe that once the mortgage is paid in full, aging at home is the most economical choice. This might be music to the ears of a senior who isn’t interested in leaving a home they’ve lived in for decades. Let’s take a look at the expenses associa...

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  • Caring for your skin goes beyond knowing which lotions and cleansers to use. A healthy skin care regimen also includes staying hydrated, paying attention to sun exposure, diet, lifestyle, and more.How to Have Younger-Looking Skin as You Age Wrinkles, dark spots, and dry skin are just a few of the signs of aging. While genetics plays a role in skin health, lifestyle is important, too. Here are a f...

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  • If you’ve ever laughed so hard that your stomach hurt, you’ve probably reaped some of the health benefits of humor. It’s more than just a cliché—laughter really is the best medicine. Laughing helps with everything from boosting mood to burning calories.Researchers say there are both short-term and long-term benefits associated with making laughter a part of your everyday life. Short-Term Health Be...

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  • Living an active and engaged life with opportunities to grow and learn is important at every age. Many seniors say the chance to participate in life enrichment activities is one of the primary reasons they decided to move to a senior living community. While programs and events might seem like a luxury, they really are a necessity. Why are life enrichment and wellness programs important as we age? ...

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  • Alzheimer's is a disease that continues to challenge researchers. In recent years, however, one theory has seen growing support: the potential link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s. If you’ve visited our blog before, you know we talk a lot about nutrition and the role it plays in aging well. A healthy diet helps prevent everything from falls to cardiac disease. Studies suggest that diabetes causes...

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  • Winter can present a variety of health concerns for seniors in colder climates. One that is often overlooked is a vitamin D deficiency. Because seniors who live further north typically spend less time outdoors on frosty winter days, they aren’t exposed to the sun’s rays. That lack of exposure to sunlight can result in less vitamin D being produced by the body. Vitamin D and Healthy Aging For many...

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  • Many family caregivers find their role rewarding but are often stretched too thin. They juggle caring for a loved one with the demands of a career and providing support for other family members that rely on them.And then there are the challenges many caregivers don’t talk about: the guilt and fear that they are failing everyone. What Causes Caregiver Guilt? Family caregivers experience guilt for a...

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  • Moving can be tough at any age. For seniors, the emotional toll of moving can cause anxiety about relocating and leaving behind their family home. Sometimes, a spouse has passed away, and the house is closely tied to happy memories of the years spent together there. Even if you are looking forward to moving to a senior living community and all the life enrichment opportunities it offers, anxiety m...

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  • If you are helping a senior loved one prepare for a move to an assisted living community, getting their house ready to sell is probably on your “to do” list. Presenting their home well to prospective buyers can help them get the best possible return on their investment.We understand how important a successful home sale is to most seniors whether they’re just downsizing or planning a move to a seni...

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  • Do you seem to develop a case of the “winter blues” that won’t go away until spring arrives each year? If so, it might be seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and more than just a post-holiday slump. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 6.5 million Americans over the age of 65 experience depression, and symptoms may worsen seasonally if you have SAD, especially for those who live far...

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  • With frigid temperatures and snow storms expected to last throughout this winter, many seniors and their families might be wary of what the rest of this season has in store for us. Creating an emergency storm plan is a step you can take to help relieve anxiety while also staying safe.With frigid temperatures and snow storms expected to last throughout this winter, many seniors and their families m...

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  • Respiratory therapists play a crucial role in helping older adults enjoy the best quality of life possible. But not everyone understands what these dedicated healthcare professionals do or how hard they work to provide care for older adults.In honor of January being National Respiratory Care Month, we are working to raise awareness about this profession. How Do Respiratory Therapists Help Seniors?...

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