Whether it’s residential care, private nursing care or dementia care, Sunrise is much more than you’d expect from an ordinary care home. Our person-centred services put you, your comfort, your peace of mind and safety at the heart of everything we do.
"I quickly settled in. Now I’m embracing a new stage in my life."
Doris, Sunrise of Elstree resident
At Sunrise, caring for our residents extends to their families too. Because let’s face it, when you’re busy worrying about an elderly relative, it’s all too easy to forget to take care of yourself too. Talk to your nearest Sunrise community to see how we can help relieve the pressure.
"On behalf of Dad, thank you for being there for him. From the moment Dad came to Sunrise, a cloud of worry and uncertainty lifted."
Elstree resident's family member
Sunrise Senior Living’s resident-centred services are designed to encourage independence, preserve dignity, enable freedom of choice and protect the privacy of each resident we serve.
This approach enables us to champion the quality of life for all seniors, which has been our mission since 1981. And it’s what makes Sunrise one of the UK’s premier providers of residential, nursing and dementia care for the elderly.
"We’re about dignity, respect, and removing isolation from people’s lives."
Wendy, Sunrise of Winchester team member
Sandy Hamblyn, from Sunrise of Eastbourne, completed the London Marathon in just under 6 hours to raise money for a spinal injuries charity that helped to treat a Sunrise colleague who was seriously injured in a cycling accident.
Hale Barns resident Florence Matthews, a former model, celebrated her 100th birthday recently. She was also a member of the Manchester Royal College of Music's Choir, who joined her for the celebration.
A Washington Post article on how different strategies can help to communicate with people living with Alzheimers or other forms of dementia features Rita Altman, Sunrise's Vice President, Memory Care and Programming.
An Alzheimer's Society report has grabbed the headlines with its claim that 4 out of 5 people in care homes are living with dementia. One Sunrise resident was interviewed in the ITN report on the story.
When BBC's Top Gear programme decided to design a car for older people, residents from Sunrise of Southbourne were chosen as the lucky ones to feature in the show. How did they get on with Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson? Find out here...
A car produced by BBC's Top Gear programme - designed for older people and 'road-tested' by residents from Sunrise of Southbourne - has been chosen to feature in a Top Gear exhibit at the famous Beaulieu Motor Museum. The tongue-in-cheek design has been valued at £2.3 million.
Sunrise Senior Living's Managing Director, Guy Geller, is featured on the leading care sector website, Carehome.co.uk. In a wide-ranging interview, Guy explains how Sunrise's unique philosophy drew him to the role.
Sunrise of Westbourne becomes the latest Sunrise community to be awarded the highly respected Gold Standards Framework award for palliative care.
As part of our celebration of National Care Home Open Day in June, Sunrise is running a national art and photography contest on the theme of 'What Does Care Mean To You?'. There's a Nikon D3200 D-SLR camera kit worth over £450 to be won as well as 27 Derwent Artists' Box Sets.