30 Route 111, Smithtown, NY 11787
At Sunrise of Smithtown, our dedicated team of care professionals are available and on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help ensure quality care, safety, and to provide companionship. Our team is equipped to assist with a variety of needs, basic to advanced. From coordinating hospice care to providing assisted living services, memory care, or independent living, we can do it all. We also offer physical and occupational therapy, podiatry services, psychotherapy, and portable x-ray services on-site.
In addition to managing evolving health needs and security, we also assist with a variety of personal and miscellaneous chores to reduce stress and save time. We’ll manage your trash, meals, housekeeping, and more. Another bonus is that we’re near St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center and many medical offices. Everything you’ve been searching for can be found in our community.
Our all-inclusive community focuses on hospitality and providing seniors with a one-of-a-kind experience. We provide delicious, restaurant-style dining options daily and tailored activities to match all likes and interests. Say goodbye to old to-do lists and say hello to relaxation.
Our trained team members are available for around-the-clock service needs, and a licensed nurse provides monthly wellness visits...
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.
Devotional Services Offsite
Devotional Services Onsite
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Value for cost
Sunrise has been absolutely wonderful from the very beginning. The executive director and all of the staff have been caring, kind, compassionate, and excellent communicators before and during COVID-19. They send a evening report by email with updates to all of the family members. My aunt has food allergies to soy and peanuts. We met with the chef and he has her menu down to a perfect science. All of the staff in the building at Sunrise have a clear understanding for cognitive related impairments such as dementia and Alzheimer's. They are all educated in how to handle , talk to, comfort, de-escalate, and redirect the residents.
if i could give the administration 0 stars i would. Staff is somewhat nice. Receptionist not so much, and administration cold and not caring. They are all about the $, and business. They are all business, not caring for feelings or comfort of the elderly. Could not wait to get my Granfather out of there!
My dad moved in on Wed and passed away on Friday. He came from a rehab facility that we as siblings felt was less than great for him. Although it was only for 48 hours we were so glad to move dad to Sunrise. My brother and I met with staff/hospice on the first day and were greeted with such professionalism and compassion. The day Dad passed away when I asked for information from staff they responded quickly and beautifully. All members of the staff helped me out , whether they were personal care aides, maintenance staff or the nurses on duty, it was just such a wonderful experience. When Dad died, they handled things swiftly but compassionately. They even tastefully suggested we could move Dad's things out whenever we needed too and ultimately we were refunded a great deal of the money we had paid them for the month. I am very glad Dad spent his last days at Sunrise.
My Dad has Parkinsons and requires the enhanced care. I feel that the activities have been good for him. He refers to the other residents as his friends. And the food is quite good, too. I have no complaints.
Best option with level of services & had enhanced license. Can handle if requires hoyer lift & wheelchair.
Very nice community, and I had nice tour of it.
I have no complaints of how things went during my tour of this community. The staff where on time to our appointment and made sure to answer any questions we had for them in detail. The property was beautiful and they had a lot of great amenities that I was impressed with. It was just not the right location and price for my mom in the end decision. I would recommend it to anyone who was interested.
This is a nice community, and my tour went well. The community appeared to be well maintained. From what I saw everything was nice and clean. The staff is friendly, they were very welcoming and kind. It was a good experience. My tour went very well. This is a nice community.
Friendly and clean. Caring
Sunrise was okay. I think my loved one needs more attention than assisted living can provide. They make a good effort, though. It can take a minute for the people to get there when they are called. The food is okay, it's better than hospital food, but my loved one didn't care for it. We did see some ants in the dining room, but they called the exterminator out the next day. I think for a rating they would fall between a three and a four.
The level of cooperation and care of the staff is extremely high. We are very pleased with everyone we dealt with from initial meetings right through move in. It has been great. My loved one is comfortable and well taken care of here. The residents seem happy as well. They are very welcoming. This is a really nice community. I am glad we made this selection.
We toured this community while looking into senior living options for a loved one. We felt it was a very nice place, overall. It was a clean and caring environment, and we would recommend it to other families looking into care in the area!
So far we have no complaints about Sunrise of Smithtown! It's a great place, overall! I don't get the chance to visit often myself, but I hear only good things from my relatives. They've got great food, the rooms are nice, and the staff is friendly and always available if you have questions.
My sister seems to like it. When I go there to visit it's a very friendly environment. The residents and staff are all friendly. There's not too much privacy though. Everyone is all in one room, Its like a living room. When visiting you will find yourself sitting with a group of people that are mainly asleep. Some are awake watching TV. There is not much conversation but it's because most have Dementia. I would recommend this facility. Its a friendly and clean place.
I think they've done a fantastic job at Sunrise of Smithtown! The facility itself is top notch, it is always clean and well kept. The staff are very polite and professional, and they take great care of the people who live here. I would recommend this place highly!
We toured this community when we were looking into care options for a loved one. Overall I thought this place looked very nice! The community itself was clean and well kept, and the staff all seemed very friendly. This place is very nice overall, and definitely worth a look if you are looking into care options for a loved one in the area!
Overall things have gone very well with Sunrise of Smithtown. It's a nice place, the staff are friendly, and we have no big complaints! We'd recommend it as somewhere to look into, if you're looking into care in the area.
Every time I come to see her she is neat and clean, as is the room, and well tended to. So far we don't have any real concerns, or need for improvement. They were supposed to have a thirty day review that hasn't happened yet. Overall I am fairly happy with them, a four plus.
This was our second choice only because of the distance. It was the only Sunrise in the area that had an opening when we needed it but it was 45 minutes away. Everyone was very nice and we would have loved it, but it was just too much of a drive.
After visiting Sunrise, Mom offered no resistance whatever to the prospect of leaving her beloved N.Y.C. apartment. She was delighted by the open floorplan of her new apt; a real sunlit bay window, no hospital atmosphere at all. These communities have been architecturally designed to look like the "summer cottages " of the rich and famous of Newport, with indoor and outdoor sunporches, multiple libraries and livingrooms with fireplaces, shared common spaces for residents to enjoy exercise classes, games, hors-doevres or ice-cream socials in the afternoons. She spends almost no time in her apt. except for sleeping, we did not want her shuttered away in a shared room with none of her own things around her. All meals are waitress service, with white tablecloths and full menus to choose from, and an executive chef to ensure delicious meals of astonishing variety and taste.Executive director Jodi and Sales Assoc. Pat have made this the easiest transition and most pleasant decision we have ever made for Mom's care.
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