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Customer Reviews

Caregiver was really nice and the hou...

Caregiver was really nice and the house was so organized. I know that she would take good care of Mom, however I think Mom would feel like she moved into someone's home instead of an apartment setting. She likes her privacy and the shared bathroom would make her uncomfortable. The residents really like it there and seemed very happy and contented. I really enjoyed my visit with them.

From the Office

Limited options make the choice for elderly care difficult. In the past, you had but a few options, such as, paying a caregiver to go to a home and provide less then 24-hour care, or moving to a hotel style assisted living complex. The only other choice is to invite your loved one into your home and care for their every need, while continuing to juggle your already busy schedule. It's not an option to continue to leave yourself or loved ones to care for themselves and take the risk of falls, injuries, or worse, a major medical emergency. In the case of a stroke or heart attack, what choice do you have?

Legacy Living is a family owned and operated residential care home. Experience true legacy living in a quiet, residential environment. Here, we provide all the amenities of a large facility, with the warmth and comfort of a home. At Legacy Living, you're not a patient; you're part of the family.

The Mrdjanov Family would like to invite you to visit our home and experience the benefits we offer you and your family. Denise, our house manager and caregiver, would also like you to get to know her and the family, so you'll have complete confidence in us. Please take the time to call and make an appointment. You'll quickly see that Legacy Living is just, "One family, caring for another."