Opening late 2018, MorningStar Assisted Living & Memory Care of Beaverton proudly brings the finest assisted living Beaverton Oregon has to offer. We are dedicated to providing carefree retirement years and creating a true home for our residents with a lifestyle of comfort, wellness and community. While MorningStar may be new to Beaverton, our team is highly experienced in serving seniors, understanding how to provide residents with a quality of life other assisted living communities simply cannot match.
Our community offers 66 graciously appointed suites for assisted living with configurations that include spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans (some as large as 974 square feet). Within our two Reflections Neighborhoods, we offer 38 secure suites devoted to the individualized, specialized care of residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.
MorningStar of Beaverton enjoys a picturesque setting overlooking a natural wetlands in this western suburb of Portland, with the popular retail/entertainment center of Progress Ridge Townsquare just up the street. A short stroll away is Barrows Park connected to six miles of paved pathway past the wetlands and through a mature neighborhood. Within a 15-minute drive are local vineyards with wine-tasting rooms.
Assisted Living Offering a Range of Services & Amenities
Along with stylish suites, MorningStar of Beaverton is filled with warm and inviting common areas both inside and out. From our cozy fireside living room to a comfortable dining room and scenic outdoor courtyards, residents are sure to feel right at home. And yes, MorningStar of Beaverton is pet friendly.
As a resident of MorningStar, you will be treated to a host of creative programs and resort-style amenities and services. One of those services includes providing residents with three daily meals prepared by our Executive Chef and served restaurant-style in our dining room. Other on-site services include a full salon, bistro, art studio, fitness room, spa bath, and much more.
Additionally, and most importantly, we are proud of our responsive and compassionate care team, who are the very heart of MorningStar’s care philosophy. We recognize the key to our success is hiring the right team of people who are committed to the goal of serving with love, kindness, honesty and humility. It is together, as a team, that we can provide the most genuine, loving care possible.
If you are looking for the area’s best senior living, please drop in to meet our friendly team in the Information Center on our construction site. Or give us a call at 503.713.5143 to learn more about Beaverton’s newest assisted living community.
MorningStar of Beaverton proudly provides the very best in senior living with our unique mission statement of “to honor, to serve, to invest.” With a foundation built on honoring God, valuing all seniors and selecting staff with a felt calling to serve, we create a true home for residents amid a beautiful setting. Please contact us to learn more about the finest assisted living Beaverton Oregon offers.
MorningStar is a private pay community (we do not accept Medicaid).
Glimpses of the Heart
Director, Comm Relations
The first senior I ever loved was my grandfather, Bill. He held a special place
in my heart and taught me to build and tinker, including me in his garage hobbies. Grandpa was a strong man, a retired Navy Chief, yet so gentle and faith-guided. I spent every Sunday alongside him, singing hymns in our sanctuary. My grandmother would tease him, convinced he needed my soft, young voice to balance his rusty tenor.
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Testify to Love
At 97, Ray struggled to find joy in his life, having lost his wife years earlier. On visits to his home, I learned the scrambled eggs served by other caregivers was not his preference (though he ate them without complaint). His favorite breakfast, Ray let slipped one day, was a dish his wife had perfected: poached eggs on toast. “Course, nobody could make an egg like her.” I took up the challenge anxiously. Peeking from the kitchen, I saw his eyes blur as he looked up from his plate and told me it was just like his wife’s eggs. From that bonding moment, we shared many stories and he gave me a copy of his autobiography, signing it, “Thank you for bringing a little joy and light into my life.” These words remain in my heart always. – Brittany Ury, Director of Community Relations, MorningStar of Beaverton
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