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1501 Ne Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, TX 76006
Based on 33 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Adult Day Care, Hospice, Respite, Rehabilitation
Call for pricing and availability(800) 780-8101
Legacy Living Description
Legacy Living is located 3.5 miles from Arlington, a small city with a population of 388,125. Other nearby cities and towns include Euless, Bedford, Hurst and Grand Prairie. The community is in a lower-middle class neighborhood where the average income is $48,116, 64% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Assisted Living, Memory Care, Adult Day Care, Hospice Care, Respite Care and Rehabilitation and has Studio and Suite apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,647 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,604 in Arlington, $3,268 in TX, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Legacy Living is a member of a larger group of communities called Priority Life Care. Legacy Living is ranked 16 out of 28 communities in Arlington and is ranked 1204 out of 2138 communities in TX.
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personal care assistance with activities of daily living
24-hour licensed nurse
medication assistance and administration
physical, occupational, and speech therapies
congestive heart failure management
24-hour care staff
on-site therapy – physical, occupational, and speech
short-term respite care
exciting and fulfilling daily activities
life enrichment programming
three meals a day
weekly housekeeping, laundry, and trash service
outdoor walking paths
gardens and walking paths
large community areas for socializing
independent climate control
Healthcare Near Legacy Living
Legacy Living is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Greenhouse Outpatient Treatment Facility which is 1.6 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Greenhouse Treatment Center, and Millwood Hospital. Pharmacies close by are Pharmacy which is 1.5 miles away, Walgreens, and CVS Pharmacy. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Children's Dentistry of Arlington which is 1.9 miles away, Monarch Dental, and A Smile Above.
Legacy Living is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Asian at Pei Wei, a sandwich at Potbelly Sandwhich or pizza at Peg Leg Pete's. Love the arts? Head on over to Amphitheater, AT&T Music Mill Amphitheater, or Lone Star Theatre. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Irving Mall, North East Mall, or The Parks Mall at Arlington. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at River Legacy East, Crystal Canyon Nature Reserve, or Clarence Thompson Park.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 150 days of rain, 1 days of snow and 213 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 2.2 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 89°F in the summer and 49°F in the winter, with an average temp of 70.1°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 61.4%, with max winds averaging around 12.9 mph.
This community is licensed by the state of TX. It is a large-sized community with 60 total beds.
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Unfortunately, this location used to be really good. Bonnie and Lisa were a great team and really cared about the residents. Thanksgiving, last year was wonderful. Their work was close to flawless and oversight was extremely detailed and on point. Most recently, my father got out of a double-gated entrance with a keypad. It was due to an employee's complacency and negligence. He was found by a local family member who recognized him this past Saturday. He walked 2 miles without supervision to Walgreens in Arlington (the one next door to the dry cleaner)! I would have highly recommended this location last year but as of the 2-3 months, management has changed -- drastically. Please make another choice!!
My mother is staying there and at first I felt very happy with the care. Much like the other reviews, you can very much tell that the workers here care about their residents. Now, every time we call or email to get an update on how she is doing, we get hung up on or radio silence. My father asked for a weekly medical/status report and has received nothing in the months she has been living there. We are extremely worried and frustrated. The only proof that I have that she is possibly ok is one staged picture of her (looking upset) on their Facebook page. I understand COVID is taking a toll on everyone, but we just want to know how my mother is doing and if she is ok.
This community is a gift to our friend and his family. It was becoming impossible to care for my neighbor for his wife, she started looking for help and found Legacy Living. She and her family decided this would be the best decision for everyone involved. We are all able to visit, even non family, and you can see he and the other patients are clean and well cared for. Thank God for Legacy Living...thank you.
When you walk in you can feel the love in the air. All the staff from the Executive Director to the Caregivers are warm and caring. The receptionist greets you with a smile and helpful nature. The Nurse and Caregivers love and care for the residents who are treated like family. I recommend Legacy Living of Arlington for anyone needing a secured memory care community for loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer's.
Unfortunately, I have to retract my review from 6 months ago. Management has changed. The only reason I am giving this two stars, is due to the Activities Director. She is a gem, unfortunately most of the management has changed and she cannot make executive decisions. Google would not allow an edit to the review, so I am leaving this post for the care and well being of the elderly at the Arlington location.
I wish things would have stayed the same. After an employee walked out both doors, with a secure keypad (2) -- my dad walked out of this facility. He was found bt a family member who recognized him at a local store 2 miles away. There is new management and this location is changing the quality of care -- not for the better. 6 months to 1 year ago, it was beautiful.I am sad to see what has happened. I cannot recommend this location -- any longer.
My dear friend had no family to care for her when it became unsafe for her to live alone. She had lived alone for over 40 years and I wasn’t sure how she would adjust to living in a facility. She has almost been there 2 years and she really enjoys living there. She feels safe, enjoys the activities and really loves the food. I have been really pleased with her care and the family friendly atmosphere. The love the staff shows my friend is so amazing and comforting.
Not only do the administrators and caregivers at Legacy Living "take care of" my mom, they really "care about" her! That gives my family and me great peace of mind! No matter when I show up during the day to visit my mom, there is lots of nurturing, fun activities and good food. The awesome staff is consistently friendly and helpful and makes us feel like we are all "one big family"!! Love this place!
I have my wife in Legacy Living Memory Care since July 2017. I researched numerous facilities online and touring. A lot of the "memory care facilities" were not secure (i.e. patients could leave without anyone knowing. A lot of these facilities accept residents other than memory care). Most of them had a strong odor of fecis and urine which is a sign the residents weren't being properly cared for. I have never been at Legacy Living Memory Care and detected any odor of urine or fecis. a policy wherein they do a "post" check every hour and take necessary action to clean and change the residents. I cannot say enough about the staff at Legacy Living being kind, caring and concerned about each and every resident. Memory care can be very strenuous not only on family but the staff at Legacy Living. Last but not least. The food is top notch. It is prepared on site and when it is close to a meal time the residents are ready to eat. I have been associated with several health care facilities and this is a Blue Ribbon facility. They are small enough that the staff at all levels know the residents by name. If you have a loved one who has either dementia or Alzheimer's I would strongly recommend a tour and see for yourself.
My mother has been at Legacy for 5 years. I am very impressed with the way she is treated here. The staff looks after her like she was their own mother. She loves the food and even enjoys the games they play. I like the fact that not only is the facility clean, it smells good as well. Her room is very homey and she loves to get to watch her favorite shows all day long if she wants. She is treated to a “spa treatment” daily and is very pampered there. I’m glad we found Legacy to watch over mom.
My mom has been a resident at Legacy Living for almost three years. It has been and continues to be the perfect place for us. She receives attentive care and seems to thrive there. Whenever I visit, almost every employee who walks by greets her by name and several of them stop and chat with her. Just last week, she leaned toward me and said "I have to tell you something." I said, "OK, what?" She said, "It's fun here." That comment did my heart a world of good. The staff are always trying to keep her involved in life and she responds well to their efforts. I definitely recommend Legacy Living as a place to help your loved one and your family through the challenge of living with memory loss.
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