Category: Long Term Care

Not-For-Profit Care For Successful Aging

Fellowship Square Mesa—a senior living community within the Christian Care Communities organization—is motivated by our mission, not our profits. That mission is to provide a fulfilling lifestyle and promote independence to those we serve through Christian love and excellence. Our bottom line is not about financials, but about providing an affordable, safe community with high-quality […]

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Pet-Friendly Senior Living

There is no denying the positive impact, both emotionally and physically, that pets can have on aging loved ones. Pet camaraderie for seniors is known to help lower blood pressure, reduce stress, and take seniors’ minds off any pain. These furry family members encourage their owners to stick to a routine, keep active, and be […]

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The Gift of Caregiving: Tawnya Christensen

Fellowship Square Mesa is extremely fortunate to have incredible, highly-qualified caregivers capably leading this senior living community. One of these gems who is truly impacting seniors’ lives on a daily basis is Tawnya Christensen, the Assisted Living and Social Services Director. As a native of sunny Mesa, Arizona, she has spent nearly three decades serving […]

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Infrastructure at the Core of Senior Living

You might not immediately think about the importance of infrastructure when looking into a senior living community for you or your loved one, but know that it makes all the difference. Infrastructure is the underlying foundation or basic framework of an organization that is needed for it to function successfully. Beyond being a comfortable, resort-style […]

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Our Story: Rooted in Caring Excellence

When choosing a senior living place to call home as an aging adult, it is important to consider a number of factors about the organization beyond the living accommodations and amenities that meet your needs. When you’re investing money and your valued time in a senior residence, you should ensure that it is a reputable […]

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