Care Options

We offer care services tailored to fit an individual’s needs, health status and personal preferences.

Take a look at the breadth of services we provide to determine which care option is right for you or your loved one.

“I have been amazed at the care my mother has received day in and day out. The kindness and thoughtfulness of the caregivers, management, dining staff —basically everyone —is beyond my wildest dreams. I feel they really have taken the time to know my mother and care about her. They see her and give her (and all of the residents) their best every day."
Veera Mylapore

CONTINUUM OF CARE

An older man playing cards with two older women.

Assisted Living

A community to help celebrate the next phase of your life.

Maintain your independence while receiving the assistance you need with your activities of daily living. Select your activities of interest, participate in social and shopping outings, and enjoy three chef-prepared meals daily.

An older woman talking with her doctor

Short-Term Rehab & Long-Term Care

For those times when you need additional therapy or medication management post hospital stay with the goal of returning to your home.

Short-term rehab gives you the confidence to return to life as you know it, despite post- surgical fatigue or a new deficit. Physical, occupational and speech therapy can all be part of a short term rehab plan.

An older and a younger person holding hands.

Legacy Lifecare VNA & Hospice

Hospice and palliative care help those with chronic and end of life diseases make life more comfortable.

These programs support the individual as well as his or her family.

A nurse with an older woman

Memory Support & Alzheimer’s Care

Those with Alzheimer’s and memory loss need an environment that will promote success.

Memory care can be provided in long-term care facilities, assisted living residences and adult day health centers. Memory care staff has specialized training to handle situations and confusion that arise with the change of brain health. Appropriate activities and stimulation help those with memory loss enjoy a more successful experience diminishing the fears that can be seen with memory loss.

Steve Sailing, ALS resident at Leonard Florence Center for Living in Chelsea, MA

ALS, MS & Ventilator Care

ALS and MS are progressive diseases that over time may warrant in-patient long-term care.

A full understanding by staff of the diseases and the care changes they cause can help a person in transition be more comfortable and stabilized. Our goal is to have our residents live full lives in a stimulating environment, giving them the tools needed to negotiate the building as independently as possible

Two older women with arms around each other.

Adult Day Health

An outpatient safe environment to allow caregiver respite and participant socialization and medical support when it is not yet time for a full time solution.

Services that can be provided include medication management, showers, blood draws, and two full meals per day. Transportation options are available.

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