Assisted Living Homes: Luxurious Living that Promotes Independence
Searching for assisted living homes? With spectacular views of the Rockies, our assisted living homes in Billings are one of the finest. MorningStar Senior Living of Billings offers 32 cottages and 72 bright suites for independent living and 70 suites for assisted living. In our Reflections Neighborhood, we have 36 secure suites that provide individualized care for residents with Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related diseases. Read More
We recently renovated our community which includes beautiful new paint, carpet, art, and furnishings in all hallways and common areas. The suites were renovated as needed with contemporary carpet and paint.
Assisted Living Homes in Billings - Not all the Same
Amenities include a bistro, theatre, executive chef-inspired meals with all-day, restaurant-style dining, billiards & game room, spa bath, strolling paths and courtyards, and scheduled outings and events. In addition, residents are offered an array of Life Enrichment and Wellness programs that enhance health and wellness, stimulate the brain and encourage connection.
We are conveniently located in west Billings in a residential neighborhood, yet close to medical facilities, shopping and entertainment venues.
MorningStar of Billings 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 assisted living homes Billings offers.
I feel honored to serve the people who live at MorningStar. Giving back to our elders, who have given so much through their lives, is what I love about my job and MorningStar. I want everyone who comes into our community to feel the joy we have each and every day in being together.
If I had to focus on one beloved grandparent, it would be Grandma Charlene, my first pen pal and the most adventurous in my family. She journaled daily, jotting down meaningful quotes, one of which I eventually had tattooed on my arm. Grandma was a nurse and made sure everyone was treated with respect and dignity, regardless of circumstances. It’s natural and comforting to me to be around seniors. I come to work every day to bring a smile to residents’ faces as well as remind them they are loved and valued. While each generation faces challenges, the sacrifices seniors have lived through are commendable; they deserve to enjoy this time in their lives with peace of mind and camaraderie.
The first senior I ever loved was my maternal grandfather, Papa. He would invite me to sit on his lap then ask me to tell him a story. Though he passed away when I was 5, he made quite an impression by wanting to listen to my little girl stories. Seniors teach us so much. Listening to how they overcame struggles gives us strength to press on. I love hearing how they creatively solved problems. My favorites are the stories that make their eyes sparkle.
A simple rule by which I live my life: To do everything as if in the “light of day.” I would never do something or say anything that I would not say in the bright light of day. I govern my actions as if my grandmother were looking over my shoulder, and I would not want to embarrass her. I want to always do the right thing in order to make an impact on those I meet. I watch, listen and learn to be the best I can be. As Mother Teresa once said, "Yesterday is gone, tomorrow has not arrived...let us begin."