7868 Gadsden Hwy., Trussville, AL 35173
Legacy Ridge is not your average assisted living community. We strive to provide our residents with one-of-a-kind custom care and experiences both on- and off-site.
Our unique academy program helps inform and educate residents regularly by providing educational seminars, events, and group outings. Between our chef-prepared meals, round-the-clock security, enriching activities, and professional staff, we know you’ll find everything you want, need — and more — at Legacy Ridge.
We offer unbeatable, yet affordable assisted living services, and focus entirely on our resident’s mental, emotional, and physical health. When you call our community home, you can expect security, fulfillment, community, and new experiences. We know you’ll love it here as much as we do!
Our community provides convenient transportation services, scheduled activities, group outings, interactive events, and more. Our colorful calendar of weekly activities features something for everyone. From golf games, manicures, Wii™ bowling, exercises classes, karaoke, and more, we’re certain you’ll enjoy doing what you love or trying new things.
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Legacy Ridge features beautifully landscaped courtyards and an array of quaint private and semi-private apartments. We provide regular...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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We chose Legacy Ridge because we liked the fact it was very clean and everything looked new, they had just remodeled. It was also less expensive than some of the other facilities that we were looking at. Overall the staff especially weekend staff are just really friendly and helpful. My mothers main complaint is she requests condiments to be on or off items and sometimes they do not put it on there, so it would be great if they could put those things on the side. There was an adjustment period but she is doing well now. I would recommend to others looking.
We chose Legacy Ridge because of the proximity to where the rest of her family is, the cleanliness of the facility, and we liked that it is a little smaller and more personalized. The rooms here seem sufficient, they also have choices on sizes. One complaint has been the food, it could use some work on variety and flavor. Overall, I would recommend this community.
This is a great community for great care for a loved one. The meals could use alittle improvments with the meals. I like seeing her doing alot of the activiites that she is enjoying with the other residents. We are happy with the care of this community for a great value for a loved one.
My loved one and I where not very impressed with this community, it was a little to depressing for my loved one. I had noticed during our tour that there was not much light throughout the building and the atmosphere did not have a comfortable living environment feel to it. My grandmother said she would not consider living here and would not recommend it.
We have been very pleased with the care at Sunrise Ridge. The caregivers have been very thoughtful of our loved one. The food is excellent. I have never seen a cleaner facility. You can tell that the employees take great pride in their job. Our loved one is treated more like family by the employees.
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