Serving the needs of the people you love.
Every relationship is built on compassion.
We offer person-to-person care, based on dignity and respect. Our staff understands and tends to the unique needs of every individual, helping them in mind and body. We get to know family members, too. Summer House is home—we invite you to relax here amid comfort and support.
Honoring each individual.
Memory care at Summer House offers more than care—it’s an engaging, nurturing environment where daily engagement and interactions can elevate mood, enable better movement, promote calm, and counteract apprehension. From music therapy and innovative programs to special events and family-style dining, the focus is on wellbeing.
Services and Fees
A variety of financial options are available. Our monthly fee starts at $8,605* and includes all of the highlights listed below.
- 23 suites, each with room for treasured belongings and mementos
- Individual care plan
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner plus snacks
- Daily planned social, recreational, and educational opportunities
- Family support group
- Personal assistance with grooming, dressing and other tasks
- Medication management
- Daily light housekeeping
- Recreational outings
- iN2L technology
*Fees listed are subject to change.
Experiences designed to make a real difference.
At Summer House, every day brings opportunities for personal connection in an environment that supports each individual’s sense of purpose. Family-style dining, group outings, and organized discussions build on social relationships, while music therapy, creative arts workshops, holiday socials, and cultural talks provide fulfilling opportunities for meaningful engagement.
What type of community is Summer House at Sunny View?
Summer House at Sunny View is a memory care neighborhood, serving people with Alzheimer’s and related dementias. With 23 cottages, a gracious dining room with a fireplace, fragrant courtyards, tranquil pathways, and plenty of sunshine, it’s a serene and protected environment nestled in the 12-acre Sunny View campus.
What kinds of social opportunities are available to Summer House residents?
We have a variety of social activities and memory care programs scheduled throughout the day, tailored to the specific needs of each individual. Activities are geared toward providing physical and mental stimulation, joy, and comfort. These include music, art, crafts, painting, cooking, excursions, pet therapy, life skills, cognitive activities, gardening, and balloon tennis.
Do Summer House residents have access to the entire Sunny View campus?
Yes, Summer House residents are welcome to visit any common area on the greater Sunny View campus as long as they are escorted. Often Summer House residents will have lunch with family in our main dining room, and have their hair cut or styled at our on-site salon.
Can family members visit Summer House residents whenever they wish? And can family members take residents out of Summer House?
Yes, family members may visit Summer House whenever they wish, and they may take residents out of Summer House, provided staff has been notified. We recommend doing so between breakfast and 9:00 p.m.
Does Summer House staff check on residents on a regular basis?
Yes, residents are monitored 24 hours a day using the latest technologies. This monitoring is unobtrusive and includes pendants that notify staff to respond if a resident has fallen. Cottages are also equipped with motion sensors that alert staff if a resident is getting up during the night. Additionally, all common areas are equipped with security cameras. Staff also performs personal wellness checks on a frequent basis as required by law.
Do you have a licensed nurse on staff?
Has your staff been trained to work with memory care residents?
Yes, our staff training meets the Department of Social Services requirements in Alzheimer’s care and dementia care.
Are rooms private or semi-private?
Summer House at Sunny View features private accommodations with either a private or shared bath.