Sunrise of Marlboro

3A South Main Street Marlboro NJ 07746

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Popular Activities:
FOX led physical therapy exercise classes held twice a week along with Sing Fit exercise essential programs, weekly Shabbat services every Friday afternoon led by visiting Rabbi, weekly Poker games, quarterly "Bingo Funny Money" store, baking/food prep programs, bi weekly lunch & shopping outings, Museum of Modern Art monthly art class, movie matinee's, monthly musical entertainment & seasonal family night parties.

Accommodated Cultural Needs
Residents interested in attending Catholic services are able to attend our weekly Sunday morning church outing to Church of Saint Gabriel located in Marlboro along with Catholic services also offered weekly in the community such as Rosary Club led by Saint Gabriel's very own Eucharistic Minister. Residents who are interested in attending our Jewish programs have the ability to attend our Shabbat services held in the community every Friday afternoon. Our Shabbat services are led by Rabbi Shmuley, a local Marlboro resident.

Special Events
Quarterly Family Events
BBQs / outdoor parties / picnics
Birthday parties
Dances / senior proms
Happy hours
Holiday parties
Live musical entertainment
Live Performances

Languages Spoken:
Filipino, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

Staffing
Certified Home Health Aids
Certified Medication Aids
On-Site RNs / LPNs
Doctor on Call
24-Hour Awake Staff
Beautician on-site
Visiting Podiatrist
Visiting Dentist
Visiting Physical Therapist
Visiting Occupational Therapist
Visiting Speech Therapist
Nutritionist / Dietician

Special Care Services
Aging in Place available
Hospice Care available
Respite Care available

Memory Care
Enclosed courtyard
Light therapy
Reminiscence therapy
Sensory-based programming
Special Dining Programs
Specialized Training for Caregivers
Walking Paths - indoor
Walking Paths - outdoor

Meals
Anytime Dining
Guest meals
Private dining room
Restaurant style dining
Room service
Special Diets: Low / No sodium
Special Diets: Low / No Sugar
Vegan options

Nearby <2
Churches
College / University
Emergency Services (Fire / Police / EMT)
Grocery Shopping
Hotels
Parks
Retail Shopping

Pricing at Sunrise of Marlboro

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*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.

Reviews of Sunrise of Marlboro

4.1 of 5 Average rating
12 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(7) A Place For Mom
(5) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Help for Mom and Peace of Mind for Us

    All of the staff were extremely helpful and experienced. Their expert knowledge made my mother's stay a better experience for her and our family. [Name removed], the director of Reminiscence is wonderful. [Name removed] was always upbeat and supportive and always accessible to assist our mom and answer our questions. [Name removed] is an advocate for her residents and an asset to Sunrise.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Help for Mom and Peace of Mind for Us

    All of the staff were extremely helpful and experienced. Their expert knowledge made my mother's stay a better experience for her and our family. [Name removed], the director of Reminiscence is wonderful. [Name removed] was always upbeat and supportive and always accessible to assist our mom and answer our questions. [Name removed] is an advocate for her residents and an asset to Sunrise.

  • Sunrise Creates DELIBERATE deceitful sales culture

    My two family members are in the process of being kicked out of Sunrise after being misled for 2 years about how the relationship would go in the future. One is 85 years old and dying of Parkinson's disease, the other is 77 years old with a heart condition. He (77) drove a truck and she was a house cleaner. They had no financial knowledge or business knowledge. They spent their entire life barely above poverty levels but managed to be disciplined and pay off their house a few years ago. Their income level would qualify them for medicaid, as it would have 2 years ago. The 85 year old that's dying of Parkinson's has the medical qualification and would have also been eligible 2 years ago. The problem was that these two people had no understanding of the industry or of contract law and have been [language removed] along the way. In April of 2016, their head of sales, [name removed], and their Executive Director, [name removed], told my family that if they sold their house and paid for 2 years... Full price (over $11,000/mo due to the 85 year old's health)... that they'd be assured a place at Sunrise no matter what income level they had after 2 years. That despite the 85 year old being eligible, pay out of pocket so that you both can stay at Sunrise for the rest of your lives. They then had these two people sign a contract dozens of pages long where it clearly indemnifies them against ALL "previous oral agreements or contracts". The signed contract creates the environment where these people can say whatever they have to in order to get the naive, uneducated, dying elderly folks into their facility. Then, when they run out of money, they deny the whole thing and are now threatening to kicking the 77 year old out onto the street and will immediately move the 85 year old into a medicaid facility, not nearly as nice as Sunrise facility. They have taken almost $275,000 of my families money and are now going to force a 77 year old to leave his dying wife, apply for section 8 housing, and live the rest of his life in a government subsidized, high crime, cold, dirty apartment complex. In hindsight, the "experts" at Sunrise should have properly guided my family, informing them that the 85 year old was eligible for benefits at a medicaid facility. She is so sick that the quality of life that Sunrise affords versus a less quality facility would not be of great value to her. With no assets except the house, the 77 year old never HAD TO sell his house as he is fully independent. He did it because he was told too in order to liquidate an asset to pay for his wife's care. An asset that is excluded from needing to be liquidated for her to gain medicaid status. I began inquiring about the 2 year hurdle almost a year ago. At the time, the family still had about $140,000 left... money that they could have used to buy a place if they knew Sunrise intended to kick them out... Still a travesty considering they owned their house outright but it would have given him a chance. They deliberately did not talk to me for months until recently informing me they would not honor their word and were exempt from any liability because the contract specifically exempts them. I have found almost a dozen more people who have had a similar experience at Sunrise. Ironically, part of the pitch was that "Sunrise was started because the founder's family saw first hand what happens with elder care and wanted to provide a great alternative to help senior citizens". Yet they have defrauded my family and stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from people who had benefits and other options that would not have cost them anything. I would NEVER recommend this place and I hope that they see the harm they've caused when people are literally going to die cold and hungry because of this behavior. Don't buy the warm fuzzy feeling when you walk in and see a fire in the fireplace and cookies on the counter. It's all a facade to steal your money.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Sunrise Creates DELIBERATE deceitful sales culture

    My two family members are in the process of being kicked out of Sunrise after being misled for 2 years about how the relationship would go in the future. One is 85 years old and dying of Parkinson's disease, the other is 77 years old with a heart condition. He (77) drove a truck and she was a house cleaner. They had no financial knowledge or business knowledge. They spent their entire life barely above poverty levels but managed to be disciplined and pay off their house a few years ago. Their income level would qualify them for medicaid, as it would have 2 years ago. The 85 year old that's dying of Parkinson's has the medical qualification and would have also been eligible 2 years ago. The problem was that these two people had no understanding of the industry or of contract law and have been [language removed] along the way. In April of 2016, their head of sales, [name removed], and their Executive Director, [name removed], told my family that if they sold their house and paid for 2 years... Full price (over $11,000/mo due to the 85 year old's health)... that they'd be assured a place at Sunrise no matter what income level they had after 2 years. That despite the 85 year old being eligible, pay out of pocket so that you both can stay at Sunrise for the rest of your lives. They then had these two people sign a contract dozens of pages long where it clearly indemnifies them against ALL "previous oral agreements or contracts". The signed contract creates the environment where these people can say whatever they have to in order to get the naive, uneducated, dying elderly folks into their facility. Then, when they run out of money, they deny the whole thing and are now threatening to kicking the 77 year old out onto the street and will immediately move the 85 year old into a medicaid facility, not nearly as nice as Sunrise facility. They have taken almost $275,000 of my families money and are now going to force a 77 year old to leave his dying wife, apply for section 8 housing, and live the rest of his life in a government subsidized, high crime, cold, dirty apartment complex. In hindsight, the "experts" at Sunrise should have properly guided my family, informing them that the 85 year old was eligible for benefits at a medicaid facility. She is so sick that the quality of life that Sunrise affords versus a less quality facility would not be of great value to her. With no assets except the house, the 77 year old never HAD TO sell his house as he is fully independent. He did it because he was told too in order to liquidate an asset to pay for his wife's care. An asset that is excluded from needing to be liquidated for her to gain medicaid status. I began inquiring about the 2 year hurdle almost a year ago. At the time, the family still had about $140,000 left... money that they could have used to buy a place if they knew Sunrise intended to kick them out... Still a travesty considering they owned their house outright but it would have given him a chance. They deliberately did not talk to me for months until recently informing me they would not honor their word and were exempt from any liability because the contract specifically exempts them. I have found almost a dozen more people who have had a similar experience at Sunrise. Ironically, part of the pitch was that "Sunrise was started because the founder's family saw first hand what happens with elder care and wanted to provide a great alternative to help senior citizens". Yet they have defrauded my family and stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from people who had benefits and other options that would not have cost them anything. I would NEVER recommend this place and I hope that they see the harm they've caused when people are literally going to die cold and hungry because of this behavior. Don't buy the warm fuzzy feeling when you walk in and see a fire in the fireplace and cookies on the counter. It's all a facade to steal your money.

  • This is A Wonderful Community

    My mother in law is very happy here at this community she loves it. Everything has worked out very well. and I'am pleased. It is truly a wonderful community, everything is very well maintained. There are nice activities offered, she has tired many of them. She is pleased with the meals, the food is very good. I know she is safe and being cared for well here. This is a community I would recommend, It has worked out well for us.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    This is A Wonderful Community

    My mother in law is very happy here at this community she loves it. Everything has worked out very well. and I'am pleased. It is truly a wonderful community, everything is very well maintained. There are nice activities offered, she has tired many of them. She is pleased with the meals, the food is very good. I know she is safe and being cared for well here. This is a community I would recommend, It has worked out well for us.

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