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Legacy House of Southern Hills

9750 W Sunset Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89148

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Vicky - Child of resident/client
5.0
Excellent Place

My mom opened up more when she was at Legacy House. She really liked it there, and liked the other residents. She liked the food and activities. It was expensive, but it was worth the money. ... Read more

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About the community Legacy House of Southern Hills

Welcome to Legacy House of Southern Hills. With beautiful views of Red Rock Canyon and the Spring Mountains and conveniently located just minutes from Hospitals, physician offices, restaurants, shopping, and freeway access. Legacy House of Southern Hills is Las Vegas Nevada’s newest senior living community. Scheduled to open late Summer of 2018, Legacy House, a premier senior living community, provides both assisted living and memory care services. Our residents enjoy daily activities, restaurant-style dining, beautifully decorated living areas and a variety of apartment floor plans – all in a home-like setting.

Senior Living Options Offered

Assisted Living
Assisted Living
Assisted living facilities offer housing and care for active seniors who may need support with activities of daily living, like bathing, dressing, and medication management.
Memory Care
Memory Care
Memory care facilities provide housing, care, and therapies for seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in an environment designed to reduce confusion and prevent wandering.

Pricing for Legacy House of Southern Hills

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Amenities at Legacy House of Southern Hills

Health Care Services

Diabetic care
Memory care
Incontinence care
Ambulatory care
Medication management

Staffing & ancillary services

Hospice Available On-Site
Nurse
Podiatrist
Physical Therapist

Meals & Dining

Meals Provided
Guest Meals
Restaurant Style Dining
Room Service

Room Amenities

Wheelchair Accessible Showers
Respite or Short Term Stays Offered
Wi-Fi/high-speed internet
Kitchenette
Ground Floor Units
Private patio, deck, or balcony

Community Amenities

Memory care services

Wander Guard or Similar System Available
Secured Community
Designed Specifically to Accommodate Memory Loss
Enclosed Courtyard

Transporation & parking

Resident Parking Available
Complimentary Transportation
Transportation at Cost
Property Convenient to Public Transit

Common areas

Outdoor Common Areas
Indoor Common Areas
Indoor Atrium
Barber Shop

Services

Beautician
Housekeeping
Laundry Service / Drycleaning

Pets

Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed

Languages spoken

Filipino
Spanish

Primary language spoken by staff

English

Recreational areas

Arts and Crafts Center
Ballroom
Fitness Center
Game Room

On-site dining options

Café or Bistro
Private Dining Room

Activities

Devotional Activities Offsite
Art Classes
Cooking Classes
Educational Speakers / Life Long Learning

Reviews for Legacy House of Southern Hills

3.4

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3.7

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3.4

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5.0

Meals & dining

5.0

Activities

3.3

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5.0
October 29, 2021
Vicky - Child of resident/client
Excellent Place

My mom opened up more when she was at Legacy House. She really liked it there, and liked the other residents. She liked the food and activities. It was expensive, but it was worth the money.


5.0
September 28, 2021
Janice F - Child of resident/client
My loved one is thriving

My loved on is thriving here, A Place for Mom really saved us on finding the best place for my loved one. I went when I was away for two weeks and I called legacy three to four times and they were always able to keep up with her and keep me informed of her where about. The residents are very nice and check on my loved one all the time.

Response from Legacy House of Southern Hills

September 29, 2021

Thank you for the kind accolade and complimentary review. We are thrilled to communicate directly with you and provide excellent care to your loved one. Thank you again for taking a few minutes to share your positive experience about our family at Legacy House of Southern Hills.


1.0
April 29, 2020
April Gelbart - Loved one of resident/client
Formal complaints filed against this facility

DO NOT PUT YOUR FAMILY HERE, particularly if they have Alzheimer’s or dementia. My brother and I put both of our parents at Legacy House of Southern Hills because we liked that it has assisted living and memory care to accommodate our parents’ unique needs (Mom is in assisted living and Dad is in memory care). Fast forward a few months and formal reports have been filed with the Department of Health & Human Services and Adult Protective Services with the support of the long term care ombudsman’s office. The problem begins and ends with the director, [name removed], who is grossly incompetent and uncompassionate. Everything I share next has been documented and is intended to make the public aware of the real danger here, while respecting my parents’ privacy. Dad started on the assisted living side and was settling in well, socializing with other residents, attending happy hour and going for walks. However, he wandered outside one day and we made the collective decision to move him to the memory care side. That’s when the care abruptly changed. There is little to no activity or social programming to speak of for memory care patients, so the stimulation and interaction ended for my dad. That’s when he started exhibiting understandable frustration and agitation. As a result, Dad had an “incident” and we got 3 different explanations of what happened. As with all incidents there, you’re lucky to be notified, let alone receive a clear story, and you’ll never see any documentation. At least that time they sent him to the hospital, but upon his return, there were two more undocumented incidents, one of which was a fall that resulted in a limp, but no one sent him to the ER to ensure he was OK. On the assisted living side, my mom also suffered a bad fall that resulted in injury, but we weren’t so much as notified, and they didn’t have transportation to bring her back from the hospital. My mother has also been dealing with a dangerous resident who lives across from her who threatened to kill my mom before trying to attack another resident. I asked [name removed] when this would be addressed, but there’s still no plan. Speaking of plans, we tried meeting with [name removed] to come up with a care plan for my dad to ease his restlessness, but she wasn’t interested in identifying activities and therapies that could benefit him. Instead, her answer to us, and a senior health advocate who joined the meeting, was for him to leave if we weren’t happy with the standard of care. Her idea of helping your loved one is to send them away if they’re not complacent drooling in front of a TV. I asked her for copies of their memory care activity calendar and received one for next month. When I asked for previous months’ copies, I received some scrappy Word docs dating back to [date removed], which strengthened my suspicions that she’s creating these retroactively to cover herself. As we try to wait out the COVID pandemic, my dad has been left heavily medicated and neglected. My mother sent me a picture of him from one of her recent visits. (We had to fight for our mom’s right to see our dad, as a Legacy caregiver told my brother and I that [name removed] had forbidden them from seeing each other.) The photo showed my once chipper father, slumped over in bed, shirtless, unshaven, in wrinkled and dirty sheets. Mom said he was nearly unresponsive and couldn’t even sit up to talk to me on the phone. He's basically naked because no one washes his clothes, even though that's included. Prior to moving my dad to Legacy, we had a private caregiver who was so wonderful that Legacy hired her. Needless to say, she’s been transferred from memory care, likely so she doesn’t see my dad’s drastic weight loss and rapid decline in cognitive functioning. My parents are everything to me. My dad was a 747/MD-11 airline check captain that could tell the best jokes in the world. Now he’s a shell of a man who cries when he hears your voice on the phone. I cry constantly about my parents being at that house of horrors and will stop at nothing to expose [name removed] for the fraud she is.

Response from Legacy House of Southern Hills

September 30, 2020

Please contact our home office and Regional Director to discuss your concerns one on one. Thank you for your review.


0.5
April 29, 2020
April Gelbart - Loved one of resident/client
Formal complaints filed against this facility

DO NOT PUT YOUR FAMILY HERE, particularly if they have Alzheimer’s or dementia. My brother and I put both of our parents at Legacy House of Southern Hills because we liked that it has assisted living and memory care to accommodate our parents’ unique needs (Mom is in assisted living and Dad is in memory care). Fast forward a few months and formal reports have been filed with the Department of Health & Human Services and Adult Protective Services with the support of the long term care ombudsman’s office. The problem begins and ends with the director, [name removed], who is grossly incompetent and uncompassionate. Everything I share next has been documented and is intended to make the public aware of the real danger here, while respecting my parents’ privacy. Dad started on the assisted living side and was settling in well, socializing with other residents, attending happy hour and going for walks. However, he wandered outside one day and we made the collective decision to move him to the memory care side. That’s when the care abruptly changed. There is little to no activity or social programming to speak of for memory care patients, so the stimulation and interaction ended for my dad. That’s when he started exhibiting understandable frustration and agitation. As a result, Dad had an “incident” and we got 3 different explanations of what happened. As with all incidents there, you’re lucky to be notified, let alone receive a clear story, and you’ll never see any documentation. At least that time they sent him to the hospital, but upon his return, there were two more undocumented incidents, one of which was a fall that resulted in a limp, but no one sent him to the ER to ensure he was OK. On the assisted living side, my mom also suffered a bad fall that resulted in injury, but we weren’t so much as notified, and they didn’t have transportation to bring her back from the hospital. My mother has also been dealing with a dangerous resident who lives across from her who threatened to kill my mom before trying to attack another resident. I asked [name removed] when this would be addressed, but there’s still no plan. Speaking of plans, we tried meeting with [name removed] to come up with a care plan for my dad to ease his restlessness, but she wasn’t interested in identifying activities and therapies that could benefit him. Instead, her answer to us, and a senior health advocate who joined the meeting, was for him to leave if we weren’t happy with the standard of care. Her idea of helping your loved one is to send them away if they’re not complacent drooling in front of a TV. I asked her for copies of their memory care activity calendar and received one for next month. When I asked for previous months’ copies, I received some scrappy Word docs dating back to [date removed], which strengthened my suspicions that she’s creating these retroactively to cover herself. As we try to wait out the COVID pandemic, my dad has been left heavily medicated and neglected. My mother sent me a picture of him from one of her recent visits. (We had to fight for our mom’s right to see our dad, as a Legacy caregiver told my brother and I that [name removed] had forbidden them from seeing each other.) The photo showed my once chipper father, slumped over in bed, shirtless, unshaven, in wrinkled and dirty sheets. Mom said he was nearly unresponsive and couldn’t even sit up to talk to me on the phone. He's basically naked because no one washes his clothes, even though that's included. Prior to moving my dad to Legacy, we had a private caregiver who was so wonderful that Legacy hired her. Needless to say, she’s been transferred from memory care, likely so she doesn’t see my dad’s drastic weight loss and rapid decline in cognitive functioning. My parents are everything to me. My dad was a 747/MD-11 airline check captain that could tell the best jokes in the world. Now he’s a shell of a man who cries when he hears your voice on the phone. I cry constantly about my parents being at that house of horrors and will stop at nothing to expose [name removed] for the fraud she is.

Response from Legacy House of Southern Hills

September 30, 2020

Please contact our home office and Regional Director to discuss your concerns one on one. Thank you for your review.


5.0
November 5, 2019
Kenzo Hachtmann - Toured community

After visiting other senior care facilities. my sister decided , Legacy House of Southern Hills, I want my sister "The best" We did visit all others in Vegas. I liked what I saw at Legacy, and most importantly , my sister loved "Legacy" and it was her choice. We thank all employees at "Legacy" [name removed]


5.0
April 11, 2019
anonymous - Toured community
Beautiful and welcoming!

I took a tour of this community and was absolutely flabbergasted at how beautiful it was. The staff was friendly and went out of their way to make me feel welcome. I was looking for a place for my Mom who lives back East as she may move here soon and was completely wowed by Legacy House. They are definitely at the top of my list once we make the decision to move forward with the move.

Response from Legacy House of Southern Hills

June 1, 2019

Thank you so much for your very complimentary review. We are so happy to hear you were impressed with our services and hope that your mother can visit sunny Las Vegas and beautiful Legacy House of Southern Hills soon. Thank you again for taking a few minutes to leave such kind comments.


5.0
April 11, 2019
lenore (math teacher) - Loved one of resident/client
Great Place for your Parent!

Hello all of you trying to find a truly safe, caring, respectful place for your parent. I would love to move in! My story: I live out of State and spent many hours reviewing and visiting Assisted Living Housing. It is amazing to me how some of these other places get these ratings for the same or higher costs! First off, Legacy House is beautiful, clean and new. The hallways are wide and centered around the comforts for seniors! The people I have met and actually stay in touch with are spectacular. I honestly feel my Dad is even better off there than with me. I work and can not give him all that he gets at the Legacy House. He is getting exactly what they promised and MORE. Who knew they would try to drag him out of his room for all these fun events. They don't have to but they want him involved! He does say 'no' some of the time. The food is spectacular as they promised. When my Dad was not feeling well, stomach flu he got al the help he needed and I was in the picture not having to fly out. Of course, I would if need be. His room is as big as any of the others I saw and is much more open with high ceilings and fresh new paint. The maintenance staff worked with him to put towel racks and other items exactly where he needed them. They take you were you need to go AND you do not spend much time waiting. In a nut-shell, I am not sure sure why people are going elsewhere unless they have twice the amount of money to spend/mo. Having finally found a place for my mom who is about an hour away, I have seen my share of Assisted Living and Legacy is by far the gem among dull stones! I would go in a talk to [name removed]!!!


1.0
December 2, 2018
anonymous - Toured community

Scheduled a tour, no one was present

Response from Legacy House of Southern Hills

February 7, 2019

Thank you for your post. We were so embarrassed and sorry to read your review. Missing a tour or an appointment is not exemplary of our Personal Touch Culture. If you are still considering assisted living placement, give me a second chance. I would love to meet - anytime, night or day - to help you. Kellie Ricci - Director of Marketing


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Legacy House of Southern Hills has received an average review rating of 3.4 based on 8 reviews. See all reviews.


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