The term “functional needs” covers a wide range of challenges, each with its own diagnostic origin, each with its own degree of involvement. While causes and care requirements differ, the single common goal is to treat each person with dignity, respect and compassion. And in serving these functional needs, Sunrise is committed to nothing less than Excellence. Check out our growing range of services below.
OUR MIX OF SERVICES OFFERED MAY DIFFER DEPENDING ON LOCATION.
Registered Nurses and/or Licensed Practical Nurses are available to provide those services which require a nursing license within each respective state, overseeing the health needs of our clients.
Personal Assistance services are provided in an individual’s own home or apartment, usually for just a few hours a day. We provide staff of the individual’s choosing to assist with activities such as bathing, dressing, eating, shopping and other everyday activities. People who live alone or with family members may access this service.
Sunrise offers day services outside of an individual’s residence, enabling the individual to become a true part of the community. Finding work, joining clubs, and other meaningful activities encourage and support an individual’s goals and specific needs.
Appropriate transportation for individuals who need or request it helps to accomplish everyday activities. We maintain a fleet of vans and mini-vans, some of which are specially adapted for wheelchair accessibility.
Adult Day Health Care for Senior Citizens
Sunrise provides a licensed therapeutic program of various activities and services that promote and maintain the health and socialization of senior citizens. Leisure activities including arts and crafts, music exercise, social interaction and self-care are all blended in a mix to maximize individual well-being. Services include: Health and nutritional support; assistance with daily living activities and self-care skills, respite care and transportation (Miami locations). Adult Day Health Care helps elders stay in their own home and participate in the community while delaying or preventing admission to long-term care.