Senior Living Communities Fountain Hills, Phoenix and Scottsdale Area
MorningStar Senior Living offers the Valley of the Sun the finest senior living communities Fountain Hills, Phoenix and Scottsdale have to offer. We are set in the scenic desert town of Fountain Hills, with private suites offering a view of the iconic lake fountain, which shoots a geyser of water 562 feet into the air once an hour. MorningStar of Fountain Hills was awarded “Best of Senior Living” 2023 by A Place for Mom and our Executive Director, Laura Olson, was awarded Executive Director of the Year in 2023 by the Arizona Assisted Living Association. Read More
Nestled in the heart of Fountain Hills, our community offers close proximity to Fountain Hills Medical Center - 24/7 Emergency Room, Fountain Hills Park & Golf Club, Sunrise Trailhead, and River of Time Museum.
Senior Living Communities Fountain Hills - Discover What Sets Us Apart
We offer residents a safe and secure place to age in place and to enjoy our many amenities and activities. With a warm and homey atmosphere, residents can expect three delicious, nutritional daily meals by our Executive Chef, a dining room with restaurant-style service, bistro, salon, fitness center, massage & spa bath, and convenient scheduled transportation. An atrium with water feature, second floor veranda and fireside patio and porches are among some of our expansive gathering places.
The unique mission statement of MorningStar of Fountain Hills, “to honor, to value, to invest,” sets us apart from other senior living communities. Schedule a tour to experience firsthand the finest senior living communities Fountain Hills, Phoenix or Scottsdale has to offer.
My parents inspired (and expected) me to always help those in need. In my 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.
My love for seniors began as a child. When my mother died in a car accident at 25 years old, Dad moved himself and four daughters (I was 16 months old) into his parents’ home. Living in a three-generation household put me in an environment where elderly neighbors were my friends and entertainment. Mrs. Brewster taught me to knit, Mrs. Cooper kept an eye on us and allowed us to play on her hill. She taught me how to be kind and considerate of others. Mrs. Wise had the best garden I enjoyed every year. Grandmother taught me everything that I am. To this day I am forever grateful for her guidance and inspiration.