285 Commonwealth Road, Wayland, MA 01778
In beautiful, residential environments, we deliver the finest in senior care 24 hours a day/7 days a week and are recognized internationally for both quality and innovation. Guided by our Principles of Service, Sunrise affords families peace-of-mind by providing today's seniors with a range of personalized assisted living services. From assistance with activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, dressing to medication monitoring, we provide residents with the help they need. Residents maintain the same privacy in their new home as they enjoyed in their own home. At Sunrise, we encourage residents to challenge themselves while offering the assistance they need. We encourage family and friends to be involved, to visit frequently, and to invite residents on outings to community events. This innovative approach to senior care is designed to maintain independence and dignity, yet is balanced with the comfort and security that comes from knowing experienced help is close at hand.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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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Devotional Services Onsite
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It's been good overall. One weakness is that there is very little communication with family members You have to call in to find out how your family member is doing. One of the employees once told me that they only reach out if it's bad news. So they do call you if something goes wrong, but it would be nice to have some sort of system where they give you periodic updates. There's also a sense that corporate is deciding things, and there's not much of an avenue to communicate with corporate with any questions/concerns about their policies. For instance, I've had concerns about the drinking water, and use of plastic and paper plates, etc. So I just don't feel connected to the people who are making the decisions. But these are minor issues overall, and generally I've been pleased.
Small size and good staff ratio are real plus. Flexible services along with skilled staff make this an attractive option.
Our first impression of Sunrise community was that it seemed very welcoming, warm and very friendly. the value for this community is good along with the care services. The food was about average, pretty adequate. the layout of the rooms are very nice, comfortable, however they are a little small but have nice lighting.
After a lengthy consideration, we decided that my husband's care/safety would be better in the R.E.M unit at Sunrise. Though it was a difficult decision to make, ultimately it was the right one. Initially my husband was the least impacted cognitively, however after a few months and a fall (broken hip) his cognition declined rapidly. It was somewhat depressing at first to see him in this environment, but we realized it was truly the best place for him. He had mobility and cognitive issues which were difficult to handle at home. The caregivers for the most part rose to the occasion and he was well cared for. If there was an area of concern, it was after dinner and on weekends when the usual team was not there. We hired a companion to fill the void when a family member was not there. The activities were limited and not particularly stimulating. The population of the unit was fairly impacted with residents who slept in their chairs a lot, but it would be better for those more aware to have more choices to participate in. Overall, we were happy with the care extended to my husband. The staff was very kind whenever my daughter and I were in the unit and when my husband passed away recently.
I had recently taken a tour of this community for my mother and I have no complaints of how things had went. The staff where on time to our appointment and made sure to answer any questions I had for them in detail. I thought they had a really nice selection of amenities and activities for the residents as well as an open floor plan. It was just not the right fit for my mother in the end decision.
This looked like a nice clean community when we toured it. The person that took us on tour was friendly. This community seemed to offer a lot of daily activities and some nice amenities. This community was our second choice, however they did not offer all of the services we were looking for.
I was able to take a tour of the community a found it to be very nice. The people are super friendly and answered all questions. The community looked really clean and kept nice. I would recommend them to family and friends.
This community is in a good location and it seemed like a suitable place for my dad. The guide was on time and informative. It was a good tour and did a good job. The interaction with the residents looked kind and respectful. Just make sure there is enough funds to cover the expenses.
The Community is presentable. Staff checks on my Dad hourly and assists in all of his needs
We're very pleased with how things have gone at Sunrise of Wayland! It's a nice looking, clean, well kept community, and the staff all seem very friendly. I really appreciate how reliable they are when it comes to communication. I live a good distance away so it is very important to me to be able to get updates on how much loved one is doing.
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