HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — James and Philys Doswell were married on May 14, 1945, in Hanover County. Jim, 92, grew up on a farm in Hanover county, while Philys, 91, grew up in Oregon Hill. The couple have known each other since junior high school.
The Doswells recently invited CBS 6 to celebrate their 73rd wedding anniversary at Sunrise Senior Living in Henrico County. Little did they know, CBS 6 anchor Cheryl Miller, had a special surprise in store for them.
Three chaperones and five girls from the Lovely Ladies Leadership Club of Boca Raton made an unannounced visit to Stratford Court Senior Living facility off Southwest 18th Street in Boca Raton on a recent Saturday morning.
They greeted some residents on the sun-dappled back patio with cheerful smiles and handed out hand-drawn greeting cards with assorted upbeat messages. One read: “Have a Happy and Nice Day.” Another: “Have a fantastic day…Great, Amazing, Outstanding, Happy.”
Thirty-five years ago, Holly Bowers Ruben moved from California to New York, following an actor boyfriend to Brooklyn. The relationship didn’t last, but Ms. Ruben never moved back, although her mother, Marie-Louise Bowers, stayed out west.
That arrangement worked — mostly. “I did talk to my mom on a daily basis. That’s kind of the relationship we had, even when she was in California,” Ms. Ruben said.
Sunrise at Reston Town Center hosted the Second Annual Taste of Sunrise-Iron Chef Competition on Wednesday, March 3. David Swiderski, Executive Chef Sunrise at Reston and reigning champion, challenged chefs Gilbert Lewis, Sunrise at Leesburg, and Bianca Escobar, Sunrise at Leesburg, in the friendly competition.
I recently chatted with Shaun Anderson, executive director of Sunrise at University Park, about how they are using the Smiletm Technology Platform by CarexTech a Senior Housing Forum Partner, to enhance their resident programming. He started this discussion with a story…
An experienced pair of developers have broken ground on Midtown Manhattan’s first senior living and memory care community. Named Sunrise at East 56th, the 151-unit residence will cater to the affluent sector of the city’s growing senior population, expected to comprise more than 20% of all city residents by 2040.
Sunrise Senior Living, Holiday Retirement and Capital Senior Living (NYSE: CSU) have the most satisfied residents among the country’s largest senior living providers, according to a new report from market research firm J.D. Power.
I have known this was coming for a few months because of my friendship with David Slomovic, the author of The Unicorn Project but had been sworn to secrecy until today and so it was with great anticipation that I looked forward to the press release and webinar presentation on the initial findings.
Sunrise Senior Living, Holiday Retirement and Capital Senior Living had the highest scores in the inaugural study of senior living conducted by J.D. Power, the consumer research company announced Monday.
Sunrise topped the list in the J.D. Power 2018 Senior Living Satisfaction Study, scoring 802 out of 1,000 points based on independent and assisted living resident and family satisfaction ratings in six areas: caregiver and staff; services and activities; cost, given services; rooms, building and grounds; food and beverage; and service setup and new resident orientation.