Senior Living - Happy Valley: Offering Area Seniors a Beautiful Home!
As you can see from our gallery of pictures below, senior living Happy Valley style has never looked this good! Situated on 2-acres, our beautiful 3-story community is in a southeastern suburb of Portland next to popular food-cart park, Happy Valley Station and minutes from Clackamas Town Center. At MorningStar of Happy Valley we offer assisted living and memory care as well as respite care and short-term stays in a beautiful contemporary setting. Read More
As a resident, you will be treated to delicious, healthy meals prepared by our Executive Chef and served restaurant-style in our bright, airy dining room. Other onsite amenities include a 24-hour bistro, theatre/chapel, library and game room, spa, salon, fitness center and more. Our large outdoor areas offer courtyards featuring artwork and trellises, a barbecue and fire pit, walking paths and resident gardening areas.
Senior Living that Uniquely Meets the Needs of the Happy Valley Area
We offer 61 assisted living suites in a variety of floorplans including studio and one- and two-bedroom (some as large as 928 square feet) apartments. Our Reflections Neighborhood provides 27 secure memory care suites for the individualized care of those suffering with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia and offers a choice of floor plans. With new SafelyYou technology, we can detect and prevent falls for memory care residents with (AI) Artificial Intelligence. Ask our Wellness Director about the use of SafelyYou for your loved one.
With a foundation built on honoring God, valuing all seniors and selecting staff with a felt calling to serve, we are honored to create a true “home” for residents. Please give us a call or stop by for a visit to learn more about unrivaled senior living in Happy Valley.
When I ponder those who have most influenced my long career in senior care, I think of Dee, a former colleague whose passion, respect, model of servant-leadership has motivated and shaped me. And of course I have met many spectacular seniors who have taught me many life lessons through their stories.
I took care of my grandfather in his last years, an experience that made me a better person and prepared me for a career I love. My experiences with seniors over the last 10 years are invaluable. The feeling I get from serving them is difficult to describe. They are family.
I have been working with seniors as a nurse for 27 years. As a young woman I saw how wonderfully my grandfather was treated when his health was failing. I wanted to be part of a team that made that kind of difference when people needed it most. In return, seniors teach us so much like the importance of family and resilience. Listening to their experiences is amazing. I hope as I age to carry myself as this Greatest Generation has so beautifully done.
My Grandma Parker was so available in my childhood, teaching me about gardening, sewing, cooking and how to be a good person. She was accepting without judgment and always supportive as I navigated through life. I want to offer families a soft landing when they come to us seeking information and options, to hold their hand as they transition into new chapters.