Assisted Living Fountain Hills’ Top Choice
MorningStar of Fountain Hills is our third senior living community in the Valley of the Sun, and provides the finest assisted living Fountain Hills, Phoenix and Scottsdale has to offer. Our private suites boast a view of the celebrated lake fountain, whose geyser shoots water to a height of 562 feet every hour. Read More
Assisted Living Designed to Create a True “Home”
At MorningStar Assisted Living & Memory Care of Fountain Hills, we make your retirement years as carefree as possible. Having opened in November 2016 in the center of beautiful Fountain Hills, Arizona, our home offers 63 assisted living suites on two levels, with spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans. In addition, our Reflections Neighborhood offers 28 secure suites devoted to the individualized care of those with memory impairment from Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related conditions.
While designed with warm and inviting interiors as well as scenic exterior strolling paths and patios, it is Fountain Hills’ caring and dedicated staff who make our community a true home. We encourage you to schedule a visit to discover the best in assisted living, memory care and respite care.
When the time is right, allow us to share with you our passion for serving seniors.
At MorningStar of Fountain Hills, we exemplify the very best in senior living with our unique mission statement of “to honor, to serve, to invest.” Our foundation is built on honoring God, valuing all seniors and selecting staff with a felt calling to serve…all of which contributes to creating a true home for residents amid a beautiful, serene setting. Please call to schedule a visit to see firsthand the finest assisted living Fountain Hills area has to offer.
My parents inspired (and expected) me to always help those in need. In my Read More
small hometown that meant taking someone to dialysis or bringing over a meal. Elders were often the recipients of this hospitality, including my Grandpa Elmer. Seniors have so much to share and teach about patience and respect, what they’ve done in their lives. So amazing! Wish we could tape all our conversations for the next generation to hear.
Losing my grandparents at an early age seemed to gravitate me toward Read More
seniors. I grew up back East with many elder neighbors. I would carry their groceries, make a run to the pharmacy for them or shovel their walk. In exchange they would tell me intriguing stories. Seniors taught me how to work hard, and be kind and caring. I was attracted to MorningStar for its values and warmth.
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I had the privilege of spending summer breaks with my grandmother Mary. Read More
She was the best. Growing up in family of eight, Grandma was a master quilter; hand stitching was a skill she passed to me early on. I helped her make tea cookies without a recipe and would eat the whole batch in one day. After dinner we sat on the front porch chatting with neighbors as they strolled by. From her I learned to stay positive, listen and take the time for meaningful, respectful conversations.
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