Lasting Legacy Blog

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— December 7, 2016

Fun Activities for Grandkid Visits

Here are 8 fun activities to do when your grandkids come to visit you at the assisted living.

— November 24, 2016

Celebrating Holidays with Seniors in Assisted Living

Even when our loved ones don’t live at home with us, we can bring the joys of the season to our senior family members with holiday visits, outings and celebrations

— November 9, 2016

Am I Ready for Assisted Living?

As we age, it is easy to notice how those around us are aging, but it is often difficult to realize we too are changing. Our minds may be bright and our hearts youthful, but at some point we begin to slow down and everyday tasks become more burdensome

— October 26, 2016

7 downsizing tips to help you downsize before your move

You’ve evaluated living options and found the ideal place to live out the next chapter of your life. Now what to do with all that stuff that’s accumulated over the years?

— October 13, 2016

Choosing a senior living facility

Many seniors reach a point in their lives where they simply can’t manage all their daily tasks alone. When that day comes, for most families the best move is to help them find a quality senior living facility where they can make a new home.

— October 5, 2016

Montana tops nation again in number of new businesses

Chad Green and Berni Brown are owners of Lasting Legacy, which opened in late May. They became acquainted when Green used to visit his grandmother, a resident of a different assisted-living home that Brown owned.

— October 4, 2016

3 ways we provide care

Lasting Legacy Assisted Living is dedicated to individuals who no longer are able to live independently due to their need for assistance with activities of daily living.

— September 16, 2016

Five values at Lasting Legacy

Lasting Legacy is a senior living center in Billings, MT. We have a passion for providing families with an option ensuring loved ones are able to continue living the quality of life they so deserve when they’re unable to do so independently.