Senior Living Mission Viejo: You Deserve Carefree Retirement Years
MorningStar of Mission Viejo provides safe and comfortable options for senior living Mission Viejo families can count on. Resort-style amenities, maintenance-free living, best-in-class dining and hospitality offer residents a carefree lifestyle. Our large, 3-story, 155,250 square-foot community has a range of senior living options including 64 independent living suites, 38 assisted living suites, and 30 memory care suites. Read More
Nestled in the heart of Mission Viejo within Orange County, our community offers easy access to Interstate 5, and close proximity to Providence Mission Hospital Mission Viejo, The Shops at Mission Viejo, Niguel Botanical Preserve and Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club. Laguna Beach is only 20 minutes away.
Senior Living Mission Viejo - Offering Wellness, Comfort & Community
MorningStar of Mission Viejo’s senior living allows residents to maintain their freedom and privacy, while promoting a nurturing environment. As an assisted living resident, you will receive help with the ADLs (activities of daily living), 24/7 care managers, and other supportive services.
Our community’s award-winning design pays homage to the city’s traditional Spanish-style roots. Resort-style amenities include a salon, massage room, theater, club room, lounge, fitness center, and pool to create a luxurious community for residents to comfortably age in place. A complement of wellness programs and activities meet residents’ social, intellectual, physical, spiritual, and emotional needs.
MorningStar Senior Living of Mission Viejo’s unique mission statement “to honor, to value, to invest” sets us apart from other senior living communities. Contact us for more about the finest senior living Mission Viejo offers.
My grandmother, Mary, was the quintessential Italian grandmother. At 4’10”. Nana would make pastries and pasta, all the while smiling and laughing and urging me to “eat, eat, eat”! She lived to 104 and was the light of my life. The seniors I serve today teach me to be patient, humble, grateful and to cherish the moment, for it all flashes by too fast. I was strongly drawn to MorningStar by its culture, values and philanthropy. I am at home here to a degree I have never felt in previous professional positions.
My love for seniors comes from Grandpa Loreto and Grandma Simona. Grandfather was a pastor and "Mona" is a prayer warrior and backbone of our family. She could always be found in the early mornings on her knees beside her bed with a blanket over her shoulders, mentioning everyone's name in prayer. Seniors are a population that have so much to offer. By their eventful lives, full of hills and valleys, they can share wisdom and guidance, having likely experienced whatever you may be going through. I admire MorningStar for unashamedly keeping God at the forefront of their values.
The first senior I ever loved was my grandmother, now 100 years old and living in Pasadena. Her nurture taught me how to care and love for others and provide for my own family. Strong Christian values were instilled in me growing up in church in Pasadena where I've led praise and worship. Now, for my employer (MorningStar!) to align with who I am outside of work, well, it’s perfect. Christian values are a great moral compass in delivering dignity and respect to all.
The first senior I’ve ever loved is my dear Abuelita Rosa. She has visited California annually to spend time with all of her grandchildren. Abue Rose is the first person to consistently teach me about faith in God and unconditional love through acts of service and daily prayer. Working for seniors has been the most gratifying job I’ve had in my career. Our seniors sacrificed a lot to pave the way for generations. From seniors I learn to live more lightheartedly, and to set time to nurture relationships and make memories.