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Visiting a loved one with dementia

If your parent had to move out of their own home due to dementia, there are a few things you should bear in mind when visiting them to reduce stress and ensure that your visit is as happy as it can be.

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Life in an assisted living community

At Sunrise Senior Living, we understand that independence is key to enjoying your retirement, which is why our assisted living communities focus on providing our residents with everything they need to live happily and experience every treasured moment of their golden years.

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Coping with a diagnosis of dementia

Many older people struggle to come to terms with the fact that their memory isn't what it used to be, but coping with an official diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease can be very challenging.

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What would be your perfect nursing home?

If you're considering moving into an assisted living community, you might be thinking about what qualities you want your care home to have.

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The history behind Sunrise of Frognal House

Our very first assisted living community in the U.K. was Sunrise of Frognal House. In addition to being one of our most elegant and stylish nursing homes, this remarkable building is steeped in history and played a central role in the development of the Sidcup area.

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Does someone you know need specialised dementia care?

Coping with the debilitating effects of Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia can be extraordinarily difficult for caregivers. Watching helplessly as someone you know begins to lose their precious memories can push families to the breaking point, and sometimes, it can seem as though there is nowhere to turn. At Sunrise care and nursing homes, we understand how difficult it can be to determine whether an ageing relative needs specialised dementia care.

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Autumn activities for care home residents

If your elderly parent or loved one is a resident of Sunrise nursing homes, you'll find our properties are located within easy reach of many of Great Britain's most beautiful scenery, making daytrips with your ageing relative an excellent way to enjoy the great outdoors and spend some time together.

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Does Alzheimer's affect life expectancy?

If someone you know has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia, it can be difficult to stay positive. One of the most common questions caregivers have following a diagnosis of dementia is whether it can affect their loved one's life expectancy.

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