Inspiration for Seniors
Our community offers 50 suites including spacious studios, and one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as all of the amenities and services to ensure the comfort, safety and wellbeing of our residents.
At MorningStar at Englefield Green, we feel it is our calling—our privilege—to serve our most tender seniors, to provide the type of care that affirms their dignity and value. We also differ from other senior living communities in that our community was purpose-built to encourage and support a resident’s right to choice and independence to the fully extent possible.
As dementia care experts, our unique philosophy and approach to memory care is encompassed under the possibilities we call “Lavender Sky,” in which we compassionately choose to thoughtfully enter, embrace, and explore. By leveraging the power of music, dance, art, aromatherapy, and animals, we comfort and heal, and have proudly created a community that feels like a true home.
Once a family makes the decision to entrust Englefield Green with the care of their loved one, we meet with them to learn as much as we can about the individual’s background, talents, interests and personal preferences (to know me is to love me). All residents participate in a range of purposeful and meaningful activities and engage in specials events and outings.
The diagnosis of dementia is devastating, but we are here to walk with you through this difficult journey. If you need loving, professional memory care in Boise, Idaho, trust the experts at MorningStar at Englefield Green.
MorningStar at Englefield Green embodies the very best in senior living with a distinct mission statement of “to honor, to serve, to invest” that sets us apart from other senior living communities. Our foundation is built on honoring God, valuing seniors and investing in a staff with a felt calling to serve, and offers loving, compassionate care in a beautiful setting. Please set up a tour to learn more about the finest individualized memory care in Boise.
“Seniors teach me how to be kind, take the time to stop and smell the roses, and focus on what matters the most. As I have served those with cognitive deficits, I have learned more about their childhood and young adult years. I am honored to be able to share these insights with their children and loved ones.” - MorningStar Team Member
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