- Assisted Living
Sunrise of Edina is located in Edina, Minnesota offering assisted living, Alzheimerâ€™s and dementia care, and short-term/respite stays. When you enter Sunrise of Edina, you can't help but feel at home because no corners are cut to make your experience warm and inviting. Residents will feel homelike exterior architecture to comfortable community areas, and the choice of suites, along with exceptional gardens and landscaping with fresh flowers throughout the residence.
Although services and amenities vary slightly by location and care level, they typically include: daily physical fitness, creative, social, learning and spiritual activities, scheduled group trips and resident-sponsored clubs for a variety of interests, up to three delicious, well-balanced meals served daily featuring a variety of menu choices with snacks available throughout the day, trained staff available 24 hours a day, monthly wellness visits by a licensed on-staff skilled nurse, weekly housekeeping and daily trash removal, weekly personal laundry, social and educational programs for families, scheduled resident and family meetings, gracious accommodations with a variety of floor plans, maintenance of building and grounds.
Sunrise of Edina recognizes that a proper diet is one of the most important aspects of a senior's life. Focus is made on from-scratch cooking using fine ingredients that favor natural herbs and spices, as well as many local and fresh ingredients to serve residents delicious and well-balanced meals each day. Sunrise highly trained Chefs talk regularly with residents to learn what menu items they would like featured in the community, so they can strive to create a restaurant-style dining experience for all to enjoy. Stop by to visit Sunrise of Vernier and experience the Sunrise Difference for yourself.
- Social Outings
- Educational Programs
- Religious Activities
- Transportation - Local & For Fee
- 3 Meals Daily
- Daily Snacks
- Guest Meals
- In Room Cable/Satellite TV Available
- Outdoor Gardens
- Menu Choices