Imagine a place where you can live each day of your retirement in a creative and fulfilling way. Legacy Senior Living offers you choices for an exceptional lifestyle.
Steps away from everything you need in Vancouver’s flourishing Oakridge neighbourhood it’s easy to stay connected at Legacy Senior Living. Enjoy the contemporary, elegant atmosphere of our family-owned boutique senior residence. Choose from 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom-den or 2 bedroom air-conditioned suites equipped with every amenity you need and state-of-the-art safety and security features ensuring your comfort, convenience and peace of mind.
“The décor is so bright, welcoming and cheerful, the Chef is outstanding and the service surpasses any five-star restaurant I’ve been to. I am very much at home here at Legacy.”
At Legacy I feel like I have a big pair of arms wrapped around me in a big hug.
” I had no plans to go to any sort of retirement home, but great good fortune intervened in the person of my son, who one Sunday was taken around Legacy. Everything he told me about it – all good – has stacked up marvellously: the best staff that I have ever encountered in a similar facility; exercise classes SEVEN days a week; many mentally advantageous activities; a library; a gym; a spa; pretty good food and good chefs; very clean attention to all kinds of detail and most staff with a sense of humour.”
"I remember when we entered the lobby for the first time at Legacy, there was a gentleman playing the piano. My husband Gordon looked at me and said 'this is the place for me!'. The atmosphere is so calm and welcoming and the staff are so accommodating. There's also so much to do if you choose to, if you don't that's okay. It's a social place where you can enjoy new friendships."
"Legacy has excellent staff, food and amenities."
"My love of artistic pursuits like painting and singing has been a big part of my life. I like that Legacy offers opportunities to continue to enjoy the things that I love like painting classes and a weekly sing-along group."
November is Falls Prevention Month. Join us for this timely information session and learn about the risks for senior adults and how to maintain and improve mobility and balance.
Join us for a very special music concert presented by Health Arts Society on November 15th at 2:00 pm featuring performances by Michelle Goddard, clarinet; Adrian Fung, cello and Graham Campbell, guitar.
Dealing with associated changes in mood and behaviors can be particularly difficult to manage for caregivers. Join us to discover some new & helpful strategies.
With a little music, a little dancing, a little laughter, great food, great friends and a whole lotta fun! Watch Video