Family Resources

The following websites offer information and assistance for anyone who is considering moving into a senior living residence. We encourage you to explore the content available.


Veterans Administration

The VA Aid & Attendance program by the Veterans Administration will pay between $1,432 - $2,642 per month for combat veterans of foreign wars and their spouses. Click here to find a representative near you.


ElderLife Financial Services

To help seniors and family members understand all available options to pay for Senior Living, Legend is pleased to partner with ElderLife Financial Services. ElderLife provides seniors and their loved ones with financial information, guidance, and services that expedite the transition to senior living.

When you call ElderLife, your personal Financial Concierge will listen to you and provide recommendations and resources to help you learn the best ways to pay for Legend communities.  Some services ElderLife provides are assistance with selling your home, veterans’ benefits, insurance policies, and a short-term bridge loan if you need to move quickly!

Call 1 (844) 265-8105 or visit the ElderLife website to learn about your options. 

Life Care Funding Group

Life Care Funding Group will liquidate an existing life insurance policy in as little as 30-90 days for a lump sum payment much higher than the cash surrender value.



Argentum is the largest national association exclusively dedicated to professionally-operated senior living communities. Member-driven programs promote business and operational excellence through national conferences, research, publications and executive networks. Argentum works to influence public policy by advocating for informed choice, quality care and accessibility for all Americans seeking assistance with long-term care.


Alzheimer's Association

The Alzheimer's Association is a world leader in Alzheimer's research and support. It is the first and largest voluntary health organization dedicated to finding prevention methods, treatments and an eventual cure for Alzheimer's.


Senior Citizens Resources

For official information and services from the US government visit Health and Human Services Programs For Seniors.