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Sunsetter Newsletter

Visiting Policy Update – Closed to Outside Visitors

Effective immediately, we are closed to outside visitors. We have one COVID positive staff member. Testing will be conducted on all staff and residents today and tomorrow to ensure we have contained any possible spread. One staff member has tested positive today for COVID-19.  In an effort to reduce any spread, we are implementing immediate…

Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19

One staff member has tested positive today for COVID-19.  In an effort to reduce any spread, we are implementing immediate measures- No visitors are able to enter our building at this time.  Staff and resident testing will take place over the next 2 days to ensure we are not in outbreak status.

728 Project Kick Off

Sunset Senior Living hosted an event to kick off the silent phase of the 728 Project – our Capital Campaign. We’re grateful for the opportunity to share more about the project. Thank you to our board members and campaign volunteers for all their efforts to help us reach this phase and we look forward to…

Sunset Home plans expansion set for 2022

As part of our a campus renovation plan, we created a capital campaign 728 Project to raise at least $5 million for a much needed expansion plan to include construction of a 106-bed skilled nursing facility across the street from our current location at 418 Washington. Sunset Home looking to raise $5 million to build…

Honored as a Statewide Champion

The Sunset Senior Living community’s response to joining Telligen to address high priority health issues during COVID-19 and beyond has demonstrated a high level of commitment towards the overall health of your community. The pandemic has not only highlighted the importance of community members working together, but also how collaboration can drive community-centered health outcome…