The Best Value in Irondequoit Senior Living

Legacy at Cranberry Landing, located in Rochester, New York is a retirement community offering boutique-style Independent Living, Assisted Living, Enhanced Assisted Living and Memory Care on an intimate senior campus. Conveniently located within a mile from I-590 and Route 104, our residents enjoy an all-inclusive lifestyle near shopping, dining, major hospitals, entertainment and cultural attractions.

In this friendly atmosphere we offer extraordinary cuisine, fun events, interesting classes and customized care. Choose from cozy studios to spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments, wonderfully appointed with a modern kitchen or kitchenette, large living room and bathroom.

Residents of Legacy at Cranberry Landing enjoy services and amenities that support a carefree, fun-filled lifestyle. Our on-site amenities include a beauty salon and barber shop, fitness center, well-stocked library with internet access, interfaith chapel, beautiful nature paths, serene landscaping and gardens. For a fulfilling meal you won’t have to look far, our high quality, restaurant-style dining pleases every palate. Our chefs create delicious meals using fresh and seasonal ingredients for any dietary restriction – heart healthy, low sodium, or vegetarian choices are always available.

Kick Off to Summer Concert at Cranberry Landing

On Saturday, June 16th, Cranberry Landing celebrated with a Kick Off to Summer Concert in the courtyard. Music with the Johnny Matt Band, picnic in the courtyard, and beautiful Summer weather, it was a wonderful time had by all that attended.

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Watermark University – Pizzelle Making

On Tuesday, June 12th we had our class on Pizzelle making. Fran LaChimia, a resident here at Cranberry Landing shared one of her passions with us making cookies. She talked all about the Pizzelle's and other cookies that she enjoys making. This was our first resident led class and was a great success. We all […]

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Therapeutic Clowning Brings Connectivity and Joy

Yesterday, Marsha Lempert (Therapeutic Clown), presented a wonderful presentation about what therapeutic clowning is. She shared with us how to develop your clown character, and many techniques about make-up application. She also talked about going into the hospitals to make the children smile.

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Outing to Wickham Farms

The residents at Legacy at Cranberry Landing had a great time last Friday, going out to Wickham Farms. It was a beautiful day for a fall outing to the farm. We enjoyed cider, homemade donuts, and walked outside in the fresh air to see the goats and rabbits. We also enjoyed watching the fun activities […]

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Chef Recipe: Thrive 5 Granola

Now you can make granola in your own kitchen with the help of the below recipe. INGREDIENTS: 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/3 cup packed light brown sugar 4 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 cup vegetable oil 5 cups old-fashioned rolled oats (do not use quick oats) 1 cup raw almonds, chopped coarse 1 cup […]

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Tips for Children of Aging Parents

Many adult children feel uncomfortable discussing or even acknowledging the subtle changes in behavior or lifestyle of mom or dad. Often they take on the responsibility of caring for their parents while taking care of their own children and maintaining a full time job. FindLaw offers several tips for children of aging parents to help […]

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7 Common Questions (and Answers!) about Medicare

With over 10,000 people enrolling in Medicare every day over the next 10 years, the National Council on Aging has put together a series of commonly asked questions and answers about Medicare. To read the full article, please click here. The National Council on Aging and their website http://www.ncoa.org/ is an invaluable resource for anybody […]

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Ten Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

Not even sure what questions to ask? Take a look at this article from the Alzheimer’s Association on the Ten Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease. The Alzheimer’s Association and their website www.alz.org is an invaluable resource for anybody with questions about memory related disease. Contact us for more information about our beautiful Memory Care […]

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