Crowned the Highest in Customer Satisfaction by J.D. Power, Sunrise of Scottsdale is one of the best assisted living facilities in Arizona. The senior community has received the National Quality Award from the American Healthcare Association twice — a silver award in 2018 and a bronze award in 2015 — and they boast an “A” rating from the Maricopa County Environmental Health Division for dining services.
Sunrise of Scottsdale delivers the ideal level of assistance to meet the needs of its senior residents while encouraging independence and maintaining residents’ dignity. The neighborhood-like community applies an exemplary care model, focuses on operational excellence, and promotes a sense of family amongst its staff and residents.
The accommodations at Sunrise of Scottsdale are delightful, featuring comfortable suites with microwaves, refrigerators, spacious private baths, 10-foot ceilings, and large windows.
The staff at Sunrise of Scottsdale is available 24/7, ready to assist with daily living activities like eating, bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, and transferring (from bed to wheelchair, wheelchair to toilet, etc.). The staff provides daily trash removal, weekly housekeeping, and weekly laundry, so you don’t have to worry about anything other than your health, happiness, and wellness.
Recognizing that diet and nutrition are a critical part of seniors’ health and wellness, the Sunrise Signature Dining program focuses on made-from-scratch cooking with fresh, local ingredients. The expert chefs regularly talk to the residents to understand what meals they’d like to see on the menu, and they use natural herbs and spices to craft delicious, well-balanced meals.
In addition to serving a variety of special dietary options, the Sunrise Signature Dining program also offers pureed meals for residents who require a liquid diet. We’re not talking about Pedialite — these pureed meals feature whole ingredients and complete nutrition.
Sunrise of Scottsdale strives to promote an active senior community through daily activities for socialization, recreation, education, and inspiration. Some examples of their regular activities include:
- Aerobics classes
- Art classes
- Book clubs
- Daily walking clubs
- Excursions to museums, theaters, and other cultural centers
- Guest lectures
- Intergenerational programs
- Music recitals
- Round table discussions
- Spiritual and religious services
- Strength training