Sunset Senior Communities Blog
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Learning to see signs of stress and burnout and knowing what resources are available is an important part of a caregiver’s journey.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s are two different diagnoses and may require different treatments. Here are the main differences between the two.
Laughter has many positive effects on your mental and physical health. Here are some benefits of making more time to laugh.
It can be hard to know which senior living option is best for you or a loved one. Here are the key differences between assisted and independent living.
SAIDO Learning is a licensed program proven to slow and even reverse the effects of dementia without the need for pharmacological treatments.
Exciting things are happening out by the lake at Waterford Place! The first villas at The Cove are under construction.
Welcome! We're excited you're here. Our new site is a strong representation of our brand and our mission to provide high quality senior care.
The average American now spends 20 years in retirement. However, research shows only about half of workers have ...
A few weeks ago we expressed our gratitude for all of our essential workers here at Sunset Senior Communities. ...
Absolutely nothing we do at Sunset would be possible without our dedicated and passionate staff members.
We’re taking things one day at a time. Here are some ways to embrace adventure and connect with others, even in the midst of COVID-19.
Residents and staff are adjusting to social distancing. Here are some of the ways we’re caring for one another.
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