Our Story

MorningStar. It’s not just a lyrical name. Its roots go far deeper. Founder Ken Jaeger reminisces on the opening chapter of our story…. Read More…

How We Care

Seniors are a testimony to colossal events in our history. They’ve witnessed world wars and the world wide web—all in one glorious sweep… Read More…

Decision Guide

The search for a retirement home is often precipitated by major change, a recognized need for transition. When seniors… Read More…

Welcome to MorningStar

It’s in the air. You can feel it. You can see it with your own eyes every day at MorningStar Senior Living: our staff flat out loving our residents, loving them like they do their own moms and dads.

Such genuine affection flows out of a core belief at MorningStar Senior Living, for we see our residents as heroes—men and women who have exacted out of life all its triumphs and trials, who in raw courage and tenacity have invested their days.

And now, it is our pleasure and privilege to invest in them.

What’s the true measure of life, well lived?
Here’s how we see it.

MorningStar’s distinction among other senior living options begins with our mission statement: to honor, to serve, to invest. We’re intentional about populating our speech with these key motivators: to love from a deep place, to serve rather than be served, and to invest in that which matters most.

Conversely, there are words we avoid, terms associated with bygone decades where senior living choices were limited to institutional facilities, cold and clinical: “old folks home,” “rest home,” “nursing home”—most of them a far cry from a true home.

Welcome to a bright new day: MorningStar Senior Living.



The Stars are Multiplying: Newest Communities Underway

The constellation of MorningStars grows! Parker Senior Living by MorningStar (in Parker, CO) opens a new independent and assisted living building in late January 2016 on the southern end of our campus (it joins the existing assisted living and memory care community).

Nearing completion is another new assisted living & memory care community: MorningStar of Wheat Ridge in Wheat Ridge, Colorado (opening early March). Also progressing rapidly is MorningStar at RidgeGate in Lone Tree, CO, a 224-suite community for independent and assisted living and memory care. This luxury residence opens in late 2016 with our Information Center opening on site in March.

We have broken ground on a new community in the Phoenix Valley: MorningStar of Fountain Hills in Fountain Hills, AZ (assisted living and memory care, opening late 2016), with a Spring ground-break planned for MorningStar of Glendale in Glendale, AZ (independent and assisted living, memory care).

More on all these are found under our Communities tab in the main navigation bar.




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Frequently Asked Questions

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Tree of Life

Here is our commissioned art piece, entitled Tree of Life, in celebration of our Name and our Mission to honor God, to value all seniors, to invest in our team. By this painting, we remind ourselves each day of our reason for being, and give evidence to the depth of our commitment to serve. You’ll find this “triptych” (three contiguous frames) hanging in all of our communities, together with an explanation of its greater symbolism. (Click Here)





Voices of MorningStar

We are so honored to sit at the feet of our residents and learn much…about life, love, perseverance and character. “The Voices of MorningStar” (seen to the right) gives you a sampling of the wisdom beneath our roof. To view additional MorningStar videos – Click Here




Giving Back

Part of MorningStar’s chosen responsibility as a company, and as individuals, is to invest our time and talents in charitable projects within our own city and around the world. In this, Founder Ken Jaeger takes a decided lead (pictured at the Casa Bernabe orphanage in Nicaragua).

Ken is passionate about helping the poor in Third World countries. From his earliest days in Colorado, he was deeply impacted by abject poverty internationally. Ken resolved then to use any success he might achieve in combating despair with hope.

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