Senior Living Centennial – Great Amenities and Programs
At MorningStar at Jordan, our goal is to be the best senior living Centennial and the surrounding area has to offer. Our goal is to allow our residents to enjoy their retirement years as carefree as possible by offering a lifestyle of comfort, wellness and community - all set in an atmosphere of love.
Enjoy Outstanding Senior Living in Centennial
Our exceptional senior living community is sure to impress. With 55 private assisted living suites on three levels, we offer the choice of spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans. Within our Reflections Neighborhood, we have 29 secure suites devoted to the care of those living with memory impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
We also offer weekly housekeeping as well as laundry and linen services. All you need to bring are your personal furnishings and treasures. And in case you were wondering, we are pet friendly.
MorningStar at Jordan provides residents with graciously appointed senior living in Centennial to age in place and enjoy a wide array of amenities and meaningful activities.
MorningStar Assisted Living & Memory Care at Jordan represents the very best in senior living with our distinct mission statement of “to honor, to value, to invest.” We are dedicated to providing a true home for residents amidst a beautiful, serene setting by creating a foundation built on honoring God, valuing all seniors and selecting staff with a felt calling to serve. Please contact us to set up a tour to see firsthand the finest senior living Centennial offers.
I was first attracted to MorningStar because of its willingness to include God in its mission statement. In a world that works tirelessly to remove God, MorningStar is a company not afraid to be different. Caring for seniors is a noble calling, and I am proud to be a part of a company that centers itself around a commitment to strong moral values and ethics. I have always enjoyed serving others. It has brought me great joy to help others and see the gratitude in their eyes. If it weren't for our seniors, we wouldn't be where we are as a community or as a country. Seniors teach me to be appreciative. To appreciated where I am right now, my family and the little joys in life.
I grew up with several generations of family nearby. My Grandmother, particularly, was a remarkable woman and fantastic cook. I love to learn seniors’ perspectives on what we call historical events—for to them, it was real and personal. Whether it’s the Kennedy assassination or opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, I can spend hours talking with residents as they share what it was like to experience those pivotal events firsthand. Talks like those always energize me. All that wisdom is inside them, just waiting to be tapped.
The first senior I adored was my grandmother, Lala. She was kind, funny, a great storyteller and always willing to lend an ear. I would sit with her for hours and just listen to what she had to say (often it was about the latest episode of Barney Miller). We were great friends.