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Category: Memory 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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Senior Living

A Senior Living Not-For-Profit providing 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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Senior Living

Healing Nature of Time Spent Outdoors for Seniors

With consistently cooler temperatures that are under triple digits in the Valley of the Sun lately, the notion of enjoying the great outdoors is more top-of-mind now. For senior residents at Fellowship Square Mesa, there are a multitude of options that the resort-style senior living campus and its serene locale have to offer for staying […]

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Longevity Is a Healthy Sign to Senior Living

Trust is the reliance on the integrity, strength, and ability of something or someone else. It is having confident expectations that what is said or portrayed will be done and come to fruition. One of the most impactful phases of life where trust is markedly exercised is the choosing of a senior living community for […]

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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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Senior Living

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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Memory Care

Mindful Living for Memory Care

The Reflections Memory Care program at Fellowship Square-Mesa offers relationship-centered care for those with Alzheimer’s, dementia symptoms, or other memory conditions that is focused on enhancing each resident’s dignity and quality of life. We have 32 Memory Care living spaces available, with one-on-one care provided in a safe, secure environment where there is no risk […]

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Senior Living

Healthy, Active Living is Priceless

Physical Activity Physical activity is integral to healthy aging, and experts advise that seniors should stay as active as possible. After all, it can help people live a longer, healthier life. More specific benefits related to staying active include improved strength and balance, a better mood, more energy, and improved cognitive function—all of which lead […]

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Senior Living

Breaths of Fresh Air Included

Since breathing is—quite literally—the essence of life, then the quality of the air we are taking in is critically important. Wouldn’t you agree? It’s easy to take our breaths for granted until a cause challenges our breathing, such as the springtime allergies that have people sniffling and sneezing across our state. Arizona has a year-round […]

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Senior Living

Healthy Connection During COVID-19

The biggest priority at Fellowship Square-Mesa is the health and well-being of our residents—especially amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents here have peace of mind thanks to thorough health screening protocols for all visitors, which involve a wrist temperature scan, a brief verbal questionnaire conducted at the front desk, and a package quarantine room used for […]

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