Sunrise Terrace is committed to providing exceptional care for individual’s with dementia and Alzheimer’s in a loving, safe, and beautiful home. Sunrise Terrace offers a relaxed atmosphere of warmth and caring. We believe a smaller, home setting fosters independence and enhances individualized care for our residents. Qualified, experienced employees are committed to serving residents and treating them with dignity and respect.
Our goal is to enrich the daily lives of our residents by providing them with an environment that stimulates them physically, emotionally, and mentally. Residents are encouraged in participating in daily programs and activities that strengthen their mind, body, and soul in a supportive and nurturing environment.
We provide compassionate care and take pride in our home!
Sunrise Terrace Assisted Living is a new business in the Elm Grove Community in an already developed Assisted Living Home. Sunrise Terrace is owned and operated by Renae Wegner. She has been in the Assisted Living Industry for about 4 years with her passion in Alzheimer's Care.Renae is licensed in Assisted Living Administration and ran a small facility in Hartford, WI. Here is Renae's story....
"Growning up with a developmentally disabled aunt, I have been in many nursing home settings through- out my life. I would go to visit my aunt with my Grandmother, leaving so depressed over the conditions and setting that she lived. My Grandmother spent her life trying her best to keep my aunt's life as happy as she possibly could. Her and my Grandfather dedicated their lives to improving the environment of the nursing home my Aunt resided. Because they both were unhappy with the worn down conditions, they used their savings and but a newly remodeled wing to the Home. That wing has been dedicated to my Grandparents. My aunt passed away at age 41.
Shortly after my aunt's passing, my Grandmother was diagnosed with alzheimer's. It was hard to see the strong woman who took care of everyone and everything deteriorate before my very eyes. As her disease progressed, home care was not an option anymore, and my Grandmother was placed in a facility herself. Sadly, she passed away a few years Diagnosed with the disease. My Grandmother was the 6th out of 7 siblings to pass away from this disease.
Dementia and memory Care is something very near and dear to my heart. I have seen some of the worst conditions in facilities. When I decided to take on the endeavor of opening this facility, I knew I wanted to make it for dementia in honor of my Grandmother. I want to work hard to make sure every family member feels that their loved one is well taken care of. I hope to make my Grandmother proud."
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