From the Provider
Step into the senior living community of Sunrise of Overland in Overland Park, Kansas, and you can't help but feel at home. We stop at nothing to make your experience warm and inviting, from our homelike exterior architecture and comfortable community areas, to our choice of suites, exceptional outdoor gardens, and landscaping. Look around and you'll notice fresh flowers throughout the residence, and you may even spot our dog or cat. And of course, there are always the friendly smiling faces of our staff to ensure that each day spent at this assisted living community is a welcome one.
Sunrise of Overland is built upon a commitment to our residents and their families. We believe no two people are alike, so the assisted living services and attention we provide should never be exactly the same. That's also why we offer a variety of lifestyle, service and care options. By providing these choices, we not only offer solutions for today, we provide the security of knowing that there are options for tomorrow.
In addition to offering senior housing in Kansas, Sunrise of Overland also boasts Alzheimer's care, assisted living, respite care, and short-term care.
Reviews of Sunrise of Overland Park
Average Rating: based on 1 Review
I visited this facility
We visited this home looking for a place to move my Mother in Law. We had not decided if assisted living was necessary or if semi-independent living was sufficient. This home is very pretty, and in a high end neighborhood. However, it looks like a fancy nursing home. It is a red brick building with white porches and rockers out front. But there were no residents enjoying the outside. The home has underground parking. As it was not an issue for us, we did not inquire if it was for residents or employees. There was limited parking available for guests. The home was much more expensive than any others we toured. It had the usual amenities, library, hair salon etc. The library was a room with high book cases, and a couple of easy chairs. It was very cozy. The rooms reminded me of hospital rooms. There was no personality within, and the rooms seemed very clinical. The home was nice enough, just not what we were looking for. They were willing to help obtain long term care insurance if Mom had not already had a policy.