legend ad webYour peace of mind depends on choosing the best Memory Care community for your loved one. Every detail at Legend—from the purposefully-designed environment that eases navigation, to the advanced programming—contributes to a higher quality of life.

Meeting residents at the exact point in their journey with the precise care they need is the basis of our Innovative Parallel Programming. From music therapy which awakens memories to art therapy which improves attention, we tailor activities to meet them at their level of interest, need, and ability.

Our exclusive robotic seal responds to your loved one, inspiring smiles and laughter. This Award-Winning Therapeutic Biofeedback Interactive Robot also reduces wandering, decreases loneliness, improves socialization, and increases vocabulary. Residents realize more sensory experiences with the Indoor Sensory Garden for Therapeutic Horticulture. Evidence-based benefits of digging hands in dirt and tending a garden include improved motor skills, elevated mood, and reduced medications.

Although your loved one’s brain may have started to deteriorate, we can still open new neural pathways with these and other therapies, improving cognitive function. Some call this “neuroplasticity.” We call it our mission. Our stimulating life-enriching, brain-expanding therapies are just the beginning.

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