510 West Northwest Highway, Barrington, IL 60010
If you’re searching for an intimate community, personalized support, and a vibrant social calendar, you’ve found the perfect place to call home. Our Victorian-style community provides highly individualized memory care for those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Our Terrace Club Neighborhood is tailored to residents in the early stages of memory loss, and our Reminiscence Neighborhood provides a higher level of care to those experiencing more advanced memory loss. In particular, many residents enjoy our reminiscence patio and secure outdoor courtyard.
Our culinary team works to provide the best dining experience — providing fresh, homemade meals every day. In addition, our Sunrise Live With Purpose™ programming enriches residents’ minds, bodies, and spirits with a variety of activities that appeal to their personal interests.
Our trained team members are available for around-the-clock service needs, and a licensed nurse provides monthly wellness visits to residents. Meetings are scheduled by our staff for residents and their families, keeping everyone informed. We also offer daily schedules of physical fitness, creative, social, learning, and spiritual activities.
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Value for cost
I moved my cousin into Sunrise of Barrington on [date removed] after getting personal accolades from others who have had their loved ones there. From meeting the Director to working with the intake and nursing staff the experience could not have been more positive. I was assured that now they would be the caretakers and I could be the family who came to enjoy visits and set our relationship back to where it was. The weight that was lifted by know the care given to my family member was amazing! If we had a doctor appointment they were ready to get in the car when I picked them up. I visited at all hours and they were engaged in activities and were in good spirits. The communication about status, medication and health are thorough and frequent. I even got a call about a small cut and that a bandage was applied! Then with the onset of COVID and the shut down of visit the communication was even better. The staff worked with families to keep us informed and to adapt to visits outside as soon as they could. I would, and have recommended, Sunrise of Barrington to anyone. They have a special place in my heart and that of my extended family. Having someone walk with you through the journey of a loved one have Alzheimer's is a gift like no other.
My wife has been in memory care for more than two years at Sunrise of Barrington. She has received the attention necessary to address and serve the types of personalities and behavior one would expect of an Alzheimer patient. For two hours six days a week I observe the care staff when I feed lunch to her and I have established a friendly relationship with all of them. I like the hustle and alertness they give daily for the residents, a result of their training. Management has been approachable and receptive to suggestions, and concerns are quickly considered. Senior care is a competitive and profitable industry as more of them are diagnosed with multiple illnesses' so prices might make one gulp. Sunrise of Barrington established itself as a reputable care facility some years ago and my dollars are returning full value.
Sunrise of Barrington is a very clean and beautiful community. The staff is very friendly and caring. My Mom is in the memory care unit and I feel that we have made a good choice for her security and safety. The staff seems well educated in handling any problems that may arise. I'm not sure of the activities that are available for my Mom. I'm really not sure what she can is capable of doing at this time. Sunrise of Barrington is one of the more affordable ones we had looked at, but it is still expensive. We may have to keep looking for something more affordable.
Liked it very much. [Removed] is darling. They have a rescued house dog. Locked facility.
They are very nice but way out of my price range. For what they ar offering for activities it was more than I wanted to pay. It was a fine tour and I was impressed with Denise, she was knowledgeable. Overall, it is out of my way. We need to be able to reach my loved one as soon as i can.
They have a really high level of care, especially when it comes to having different activities that people with this level of dementia can be. Their second floor which is their dementia unit which is amazing. They have got it figured out, it's all about what they can do, instead of what they can't do. You can visit as a family member and be included, you aren't made to feel like your interrupting. It is extremely expensive, they will raise it up come January 1st. They encouraged expression.
It was an immaculate place, and the staff is very friendly. There were no hidden charges. They are really trying with the activities, they had a good variety, it's hard to accommodate for all the varying levels of interest. They listened to the residents, and let them help dictate and direct what they wanted to do. They work really hard to make the population happy there. The food was fantastic. The chef got to know the residents, and there were lots of choices of food, and there were always things you could have if you didn't like it. I left thinking if I were ever in a position where I needed to go somewhere, I can't imagine anyplace else comparing to them. I would have liked to have had a counselor, though the staff was always willing to talk with you. I also liked that they held a communion. They also had a fantastic memorial day service. One nice thing is that they have the people who need more care upstairs, and while there is some mingling, I think peoples needs are more able to be met the way it is set up. I was very apprehensive about going to assisted living, my mind immediately went to the idea of a nursing home. I would have thought I was in a hotel, and they have concierge too.
Top rate in all respects. Highly recommended.
They are above and beyond for friendly. The value was acceptable – they’re right in line with everyone else. I had no complaints. I can’t say enough for it. The person I’m taking care of is doing a thousand times better!
Their fees are a little high. The staff is friendly - the nursing staff does not seem to be very friendly. When you approach them, yeah, but when you just see them they kind of run other way. I don't get any questions answered, put it that way. Most of the time the nursing staff either doesn't know or isn't there. The doctor ordered my mother to be on insulin that lasted 36 hours but it was being given to her every 24 hours and she became hypoglycemic and we almost lost her. I think that was the doctor's mistake but the nurses could have caught on. It's kind of like deliver the meds and go home. I'm a nurse so I know and that's just not the way you run things. They were helpful in getting eveything together to transfer my mom. I have to give them credit for that.
Response from Sunrise of BarringtonAugust 20, 2013
We’re sorry to hear that you did not have a positive experience at our community. Please contact us at [removed] so we can better understand your concerns and learn more. –The Sunrise Team
It was more expensive and seemed to be colder. It was really nice looking but I don't think they would be able to give my brother the attention that he needs because it's so bit. The other thing is that the expense is too much. My brother is young and he wouldn't be able to stay at Sunrise for more than a couple of years, if that.
The Sunrise facility, services, and staff were excellent in every way. I was extremely comforted in the manner in which they cared for my father. I have recommended Sunrise to others.
Visited on 5/18. Smallest Sunrise facility within 15 minutes of my house. Rooms have handicap accessible showers. Closest to doctors and Good Shepherd Hospital. Will cost about $116/day. Nurse from facility will assess dad on 5/20. Overall this place is much better for my dad than home.
Very Nice. Common areas very spacious. Rooms very small. Small facility - only 30 residents. Convenient location for us. Dog can visit her anytime.
Another Sunrise entirely devoted to AD care through hospice. Well run with cohesive staff. In an outlying suburb, mostly staffed and populated by local people. Perhaps 5 years old with many original staff. Very appealing & suitable. Point system here differs from point system at Sunrise Wilmette.
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