Set in northwest Boise, MorningStar has 131 bright suites for independent living and 75 for assisted living with one- and two-bedroom floor plans (the largest being two-bath).
Our team works tirelessly to offer residents a quality of life other assisted living facilities simply cannot match. MorningStar’s exceptional architecture and design will impress you from the first. But it’s the quality of our service and sincerity of our hearts that will win your best applause.
MorningStar of Boise is tucked into a residential neighborhood on the west end of this capital city. The “City of Trees” is the populous area in the state, with the Boise ridge mountains rising to a elevation of 7,500 ft. Our home is convenient to banks, hospitals, shopping malls, grocery stores and restaurants.
Idaho was awarded the #4 ranking by MSN.com in its 2015 article, “The 10 Best States for Retirement,” in recognition of its low crime rate (2nd lowest in US), good weather, low cost of living, and the fact that 70% of its land is public (parks, monuments and preserves). To read the article – Click Here
Enjoy this brief video celebrating the “radically relational” environment of MorningStar of Boise—and follow its advice to call today!
The Definition of Adorable
Now really, could this face be any more adorable? Six-year-old Abby is our new MorningStar house dog, adopted from a private home into our larger full community. Though diminutive as a Lhasa Apso-Maltese mix, Abby has the biggest of dog hearts, open to any who will cuddle. You’ll find this sweet girl greeting all who pass our Concierge Desk, or perhaps resting on her very pink pillow (as true royals do).
Please drop in or give us a call at 208.429.6544 to schedule a tour of our grounds and senior living facility. We certainly hope you like what you see in our gracious home.
The unique mission statement of MorningStar of Boise, “to honor, to serve, to invest,” sets us apart from other senior living communities. Our foundation is built upon honoring God, valuing all seniors, and investing in staff with a felt calling to serve. Dedicated to creating a real home for residents within a beautiful setting, we encourage you to see for yourself our exceptional offering for independent and assisted living in Boise, ID.
Glimpses of the Heart
I love coming to the community, knowing that each day I’m (hopefully) going to
help a resident in some way. It is such a pleasure to be with them. The first senior I ever loved was my Grandmother Sadie. By my Lebanese heritage, I called her Siti. Because my parents worked, Siti had a big part in raising me and my brothers and sisters. A widow for over 30 years, she was strong in faith and commitment to help and love others, no matter what. She never learned to drive a car, yet owned a 1963 White impala with a red interior and huge steering wheel. When I helped with her errands, I got to drive that car. What a treat!
Whitney Endo, RN
My dad had Lou Gerhig’s Disease (ALS) and was paralyzed from the neck down. While I was still
in utero, doctors predicted he would not live to see my birth. Dad lived for 25 more years! As the sole provider, Mom worked long hours and multiple jobs, yet we kept Dad home and cared for him ourselves. I can remember assisting with all of his activities of daily living from a young age, mastering the art of a hoyer lift by the age of 5. Caring for seniors allows me to continue my passion for compassion.
Director, Community Relations
I was named after my grandfather, Silvio Alberto Caricato. He taught me so much by how
he lived his life with integrity, humility and honesty. Now I live among amazing human beings like him, and marvel at their character, values and faith. There are many reasons why MorningStar is unique; the most distinguished is its foundation of faith and servant leadership. Our “Tree of Life” illustrates the principles upon which our company was created, firstly, to honor God.
Life Around Our House
“Kindred Spirits, Living in Community”
MorningStar at Boise
Testify to Love
“I never would have believed it when you told me residents often improve when in assisted living. Dad sounded 20 years younger when I spoke with him on the phone last night. You have a fine facility and the administration was very helpful which made the transition painless and fun. Thank you, thank you!”
“Thank you for the incredible care you provided my father. Not a phone call with him went by when he didn’t praise one of your staff. In his last days, your constancy and compassion were truly remarkable. I was losing my dad, but it was abundantly clear that MorningStar was losing a dear friend. After he passed, countless staff and residents came by to extend their condolences. Hugs and tears were offered with love, dignity and respect for this dear man. Offers of any help we might need were given freely and sincerely. The sympathy card we received with notes from all was the gold seal of excellence.”
“Move to senior living before you need to. Move at a time when you can take part in the busy, constructive life we have here at MorningStar.”