Assisted Living / Memory Care Albuquerque: Trust Our Team of Dementia Care Specialists
At MorningStar of Albuquerque, we feel it is our calling to provide exceptional assisted living/memory care Albuquerque families can trust for their loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related diseases. Our comprehensive services include companionship and assistance with the ADLs (activities of daily living) from dedicated 24/7 caregivers, daily health monitoring, transportation, access to licensed nurses and other supportive third-party providers. Read More
We are located on the northeast side of town between Paseo del Norte and Palomas, and offer easy access to I-25. Quality medical facilities are nearby such as the DaVita Medical Center and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital.
Assisted Living / Memory Care: Albuquerque’s Finest Community Strives to Celebrate & Elevate Life
Our team recognizes how devastating a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia is and wants families to know we are here to help shoulder some of the burden on this unexpected journey. Once your family commits to joining our community, we strive to get to know the individual including their background, personal preferences and medical history. From there, an array of services, amenities and programs are designed around the specialized needs of your loved one.
To ensure the comfort, safety and well-being of our tender residents, North Ridge has 38 studio or companion suites equipped with handicap-accessible bathrooms and 24-hour emergency call systems. Our sister community, MorningStar Memory Care at North Ridge, is next door and offers memory care.
Since our inception in 2003, MorningStar has considered it a privilege and responsibility to “cast a new light” on senior living. Please contact us to learn more about assisted living/memory care Albuquerque families can trust.
LIVE TWICE THE STORY
Enjoy these miracle moments of connecting and caring
I fell in love with my Great Aunt Hazel from the start. When she came to live with us one summer, we drove her down from Indiana to New Mexico. Aunt Hazel was a hoot using the CB to talk to truckers. When a waitress asked what state she was from, she quipped, “The State of Confusion.” That still brings a smile to my lips. Seniors have taught me to slow down and “smell the roses,” that life is a journey. The path is not always straight but God will get you where you need to be at the right time and place.
The first senior I loved was Grandpa Roman. In watching Mom care for him, I knew at a young age that nursing would be my chosen path. The passion to help others feel better continues, especially when it comes to seniors. I love making an impact on their lives, keeping them as independent as possible. Listening to their stories of what the world was like back when is a history lesson in itself. It’s so nice to work for a company that has strong values which translates into how they support staff.