Assisted Living Phoenix: Start Living Your Best Life
If you are an older adult in search of exceptional assisted living, Phoenix’s MorningStar Assisted Living & Memory Care at Arcadia should be at the top of your list. We offer 80 assisted living suites on three levels, in a choice of spacious studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom floor plans (including penthouse suites). For those suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia-related diseases, we offer 30 memory care suites. Read More
Arcadia has been named the best place to live in Phoenix because of it’s lush green landscapes and historic citrus groves unique to the area. Our Arcadia community is located off the Piestewa Freeway, close to I-10, and health facilities such as OASIS Hospital, Saint Joseph’s Hospital, and Valleywise Health Medical Center.
Assisted Living Phoenix: Thrive in Comfort, Style, and Community
Every facet of our community is designed to provide carefree retirement years and includes an array of hospitality and senior care services, luxury amenities, and signature wellness programs and activities. Yet the feature we are most proud of is our atmosphere of love and community, built one loving relationship at a time. By this, we can—and do—offer the finest in senior assisted living, memory care and respite care.
MorningStar’s unique mission statement “to honor, to value, to invest” sets us apart from other senior living options. Contact us to learn more about the most trusted assisted living in Phoenix.
When I first started working with seniors, I knew that was what I was meant to do. I cherish the moments that I get to spend with the residents and love being able to provide a great experience for them. At MorningStar it was very apparent that they believe in and live by their mission. The Christ-centered core values instilled throughout the company resonate with my personal life and is one of the reasons that distinguishes MorningStar from other companies.
I was blessed to have five grandparents (one Grandpa by marriage) and they all played an important role in my childhood. There is nothing more special than Grandma’s house, and now I get to work at “Grandma’s house”—how awesome is that?! There isn’t any job in the world like serving seniors. Every day is a new opportunity to make a difference and create memories. Seniors are a beautiful reminder that it is our responsibility to love and care for one another. They teach me about patience, resilience and understanding.
The first senior I ever loved was Grandma Helen who raised me the first five years of my life. Some of my fondest memories with her were cooking lessons and trips to Sears & Roebuck. She had a great sense of humor. Seniors reflect who we are and will become. They are a symbol of wisdom and it’s an honor to serve them. Seniors teach me to appreciate others. To have patience and be open, to learn new things no matter what age I am.
The first senior I loved was Grandfather Quentin (“Papa”). My sister and I were always excited to visit when we were kids. He and Grandma (“Nana”) made the best popcorn and BBQ. And the four of us had a riot playing card games like Skip-Bo.. I feel called to server seniors because they were the ones taking care of us when we were kids. I want to be able to give back and make sure they feel loved, appreciated and purposeful.