From Fairfield Village of Layton (formerly Legacy Village of Layton Assisted Living)
Fairfield Village of Layton offers a continuum of care for residents who choose to reside here with us. Our Independent Living offers the best of both worlds for those individuals who are capable of taking care of themselves but who don't want to worry about the stress and responsibilities of maintaining a home and all that it encompasses. When residents come to a point in their lives when assistance is necessary, we make the move to assisted living or memory care a smooth transition where they will receive the care and services they need. If a resident has an accident, such as a fall, or a medical procedure done that requires they have some physical therapy among other therapies, and nursing oversight for strengthening, our transitional rehabilitation team offers a personalized program based on the needs of the individual.
Located along the Wasatch Mountains, our gorgeous campus is home to talented team of dedicated employees and a wonderful, friendly community of residents!
Reviews of Fairfield Village of Layton (formerly Legacy Village of Layton Assisted Living)
Average Rating: based on 7 Reviews
I visited this facility
Fairfield Village of Layton offers level 2 of assisted living. Some of the people were really friendly, some of them were a little bit more distant; it was a combination.
I visited this facility
We went to Legacy quite new, and it was close to my home, but it was very expensive, and the rooms were really small. The dining area was fine and seemed adequate. The community was very beautiful inside. However, I was disappointed that they didn't tell me when I was there about helping my mother's husband to get in because he was a veteran. They didn't mention that at all and didn't take time to explain that to me. They didn't give me a very good introduction to the place. We met the person at the front, and the lady who showed me around was very quick and didn't take a lot of time. I wasn't impressed with how she handled things at all. They had activities, there were people in the room, and there was a lecture person talking to them about a Country -- like taking them on a slide show tour on a Country.
I thought the community was fine, I just wasn't impressed that they were so high priced compare to the other ones, and that lady didn't care if we liked it or not. She was just very quick. I thought they had enough people there that they don't even worry about trying to get more people there.
We are honored that you would consider our community for your parents. Thank you for your compliment of the beauty inside. We are so sorry we offered you an unsatisfactory introduction. Our marketing team is intimately familiar with the need for true connection and clarity when a family is considering their future options, as it is such an important decision, but the member of our support staff who met with you was not able to fill in adequately and we do apologize. If you would consider another visit, we would be delighted to give you a comprehensive tour to gather a real sense of our wonderful culture, treat you and your guests to a lovely meal, invite your parents to join our residents in an event or activity, or to otherwise answer any questions you have. Our Marketing Director, Summer, and our marketing team can be reached at 801-807-0111. We look forward to earning a good impression
I visited this facility
Legacy Village was too big for my mother; it easily closed to a 100 residents. It has retirement, assisted, memory, and dementia facilities. It was a nice facility, pretty, but it was big, and they have a lot of options for the room. They had an attractive dining room, but again, it was very large.
Thank you, Diane, for visiting our community! We are delighted you found our campus attractive, if seemingly overly spacious. We like to consider our size an advantage for promoting socializing, supporting a range of activities, and a sense of companionship and community, but understand that sometimes the perfect fit is a smaller more intimate environment. Should you mom gravitate to this in future, we would relish an opportunity to welcome her as part of our family.
I am a friend or relative of resident
This is an awesome assisted living facility! The building is always clean, meals are always delicious, and the staff is incredible! They are so amazing and take such good care of all of the residents. They recently got a new director and he is so kind and very willing to talk to us. There is no way I could have ever imagined that this quality of care could be provided. This is truly a home-like environment. There memory units, the cottages, are also spectacular and their staff is professionally trained to work with dementia residents! Thank You Legacy Village Assisted Living for taking such great care of my loved one.
How your review warms our heart! We are so proud of our talented teams and the leadership at our community who work together to provide an environment focused on delightful experiences for our residents and on loving professional care. We are honored to have your loved one call our community home.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
This facility reached beyond my highest expectations. The interior looked like a hotel and everything was high end. The last thing you would have expected to see was a hospital, rehab, or assisted living facility if you had just seen the interior. It had a clean smell and there were many nurses and employees openly doing their jobs and availible to answer questions. Every employee had a smile on their face and looked genuinely happy to be at work. Interacting with the nurses was just as great. They were as knowledgable as could be. I wasn't very comfortable to have my Grandfather in a facility but after visiting, my mind was eased and I realized he would get the best care there.
It is an extraordinary privilege to care for a person’s loved ones and our employees are a particular wonderful breed that truly loves what they do. They do such a superb job of supporting a culture of excellence and welcome and of making our community a home for our residents. And our residents in turn inspire us all, bring joy to our lives and work, and give us a meaningful purpose. It is a true compliment that your Grandfather is a part of our family.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Legacy Village in Layton is an excellent assisted living facility. The building is well kept and the staff is very friendly. The facility is always clean. The food is good. The rooms are amazing! Each room has its own kitchenette, bathroom and separate bedroom. There is not a "smell" like you find at some other facilities. They have fun activities for residents and provide good meals. The aides and nurses seem to love their jobs and the residents and are very nice to family members and friends.
We are so delighted and touched to read your review! From the campus design, to the employee team, and all the experiences in between that make a community happy healthy home, we are in endless pursuit of excellence and could not be more joyful to hear your experience to be a great one. Thank you!”
Visited this facility
My grandmother and I toured this facility as she is starting to think about moving into an assisted living center. This is a new facility and it is large. It has all the various stages that elderly people face as you can move into the senior apartments and really have your freedom and independence but then move into other areas of the facility as your medical care needs advance. They offer a number of different activities for seniors and have a large rehab gym for patients that are sent to the facility to recover from hip surgery and other things. The nurses are very attentive and there is a large staff of them, which is nice to see that the patients are getting plenty of attention. As we toured the facility we noticed that many of the rooms we went into had large rooms with really pretty mountain views. They are all modern and very clean and the overall feeling of the facility is welcoming and inviting.
We are so pleased you and your grandmother toured our community and found our nursing and therapy teams to be genuinely devoted and dedicated to our residents and rehabilitation guests. They certainly are. And, yes, the Wasatch Mountains are a spectacular backdrop – we are very lucky! Thank you for taking the time to get to know us and our range of services and care options. If someday we can be of service to your family, we are here for you. And thank you for such a kind review.”
Location of Fairfield Village of Layton (formerly Legacy Village of Layton Assisted Living)
Features of Fairfield Village of Layton (formerly Legacy Village of Layton Assisted Living)
Technology and entertainment
- Cable TV in resident's rooms
- Technology extra: Emergency Call System
- Wi-fi in residents' rooms and shared areas
- Medication Management
- Skilled nursing
- Physical therapy
- 24 hour nurses: Yes
- Hospice care
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- 2-bedroom apartments
- Studio apartments
- Companion suites: We offer companion suites
- Beauty/Barber shop
- General store
- TV room
- Parking for residents
- Transportation for residents (shuttle bus or similar)
- Shared space where residents can host parties
- Features extra: Library
- Some residents have in-room kitchenettes
- Meals delivered to residents' rooms
- Meals in a shared dining room
- Some residents have in-room full kitchens (including oven, etc.)
- Arts, woodworking, craft
- Organized offsite activities (outings, etc)
- Religious services
- Lectures and discussions
- Book clubs
- Wii sports competition
- Tai chi
- Guests can attend meals
- Guests can stay overnight
- Ample parking for guests
- Laundry service for clothes
- Laundry service for linens
- Private services
- We charge monthly rent plus additional fees for specific care needs, as needed
- We charge an entry fee
- Lowest monthly rate: 3,000
- Highest monthly rate: 5,100
- Minimum Memory Care Cost: 4,300
- Pets: Small pets allowed
- Minimum age: 55
- Licenses: AL Type II licensure
- We help families explore other financial options to afford senior living