Alzheimer’s Care – Littleton’s Most Trustworthy Home
For trustworthy Alzheimer’s care, Littleton’s MorningStar of Littleton is one of the best. MorningStar of Littleton has been named “Alzheimer’s Association Leader in Dementia Care” by the Alzheimer’s Association. Located at the foot of the Rockies, we offer easy access to CO-391 and US Hwy 285 with St. Anthony Hospital & Swedish Medical Center blocks away. Read More
Residents have a choice of 20 studio or companion suites within our three-story community as well as access to open and inviting common areas. Lavender Sky, MorningStar’s own philosophy of supported living for the memory-impaired, guides our team in thoughtfully caring for our most tender residents.
Holistic Alzheimer's Care Littleton Based on Your Loved One's Needs
Each day we comfort and heal through meaningful activities and programs that leverage the power of music, dance, art, aromatherapy and animals. Each resident receives daily health monitoring, 24/7 care from a well-trained staff, access to licensed nurses and other supportive third-party services. Above all we believe our residents deserve to be treated with the utmost respect.
All our suites were recently renovated with beautiful upgrades. The bathrooms received new brushed nickel hardware, glamorous light fixtures, grab bars and towel racks, white shaker-style cabinets, gorgeous flooring, and lovely decorative mirrors. The kitchens also have the upgraded white shaker-style cabinets, brushed nickel hardware, directional track lighting, exquisite quartz countertops, and stainless-steel refrigerators.
MorningStar of Littleton unique mission statement “to honor, to value, to invest,” sets us apart from other senior living communities. Please contact us to learn more about the most trusted Alzheimer’s Care Littleton offers.
My five siblings and I delighted in living next door to Great Grandparents Raymond and Dorothy. Theirs was a home of comfort and safety…and a place to be spoiled rotten! I also lived near Grandparents Ed and Ginny. The caregiving skills I acquired in helping Ed through cancer are ones I first applied at MorningStar in 2007. Ten years later, I’m committed as ever to this tender career. Seniors amaze me. Even on their hardest days, our residents offer endearing hugs and heartfelt thanks.
Seniors teach us that life is beautiful! I love speaking with folks who have been there and done that. They impart wisdom and encourage us to live life to the fullest, offering snippets like “Don’t sweat the small stuff, or you’ll drown.” If I can help extend and enrich the lives of seniors, I think that honors all the elders who have directly impacted my life, helping me appreciate my own journey far better.