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Celebrations at Legacy Home Care

Celebrating the small wins is just as important as the big wins. As time goes on, the small stuff can become more important than the big stuff. Life is full of precious moments to celebrate, and we at Legacy Home Care are ready to celebrate each and every moment with our clients and their families.   

Finding something to celebrate every day gives our clients and caregivers motivation to keep going every day. Harvard Business Review found that, “whether [people] are trying to solve a major scientific mystery or simply produce a high-quality product or service, everyday progress—even a small win—can make all the difference in how they feel and perform.”

Not only is it important to celebrate the wins, it’s also important to keep a positive atmosphere as a non-medical home care agency for our clients and caregivers. People do better work, make fewer mistakes, and work their jobs longer when they’re happy. Happiness and motivation play a big role in positivity, joy, and pride. Those are essential emotions to provide the best in-home care possible for all our clients. 

Even the minor milestones matter, and we make sure they do at Legacy Home Care. When the weather is nice, we celebrate with an outing. When a special day or event comes up, we celebrate the day or event. Even during a pandemic, we know when to celebrate something special with our in-home care senior clients.

Legacy Home Care loves to celebrate special days with special people. We had a special birthday to celebrate recently: our very first client’s birthday! This day is special for many people, most notably our client and the staff who’ve been with us from the beginning.  


Rodney Becnel
turned 79 years young on June 24th. He was our first client when we opened our doors on December 1, 2014 (5 and 1/2 years ago). Legacy was instrumental in Rodney getting all of the Veterans Benefits he was entitled to receive as a Korean war veteran. When we met Rodney, he was renting a room in someone’s basement, and rationing hot dogs by eating only half a hot dog a day! Now He lives in his own two-bedroom home, has the VA bus pick him up and take him to dialysis 3 days a week for free, and his favorite caregiver prepares fresh homemade meals daily. Rodney can enjoy delicious meals without worrying about running out of money for his prescriptions, and we are grateful to celebrate his birthday with him. 

Another special birthday that happened recently: a long time client celebrated her 90th Birthday in June! To make our birthday honorees feel extra special, we like to drop off some goodies in a safe manner. 

This beautiful woman is Eileen Roberts (on Left) and she turned 90 years young on Tuesday the 16th of June. She can’t wait to get back to Tai-chi and her Red Hat luncheons! Celebrating her birthday with her is one of our greatest joys as senior caregivers. 

 If you are looking for safe and caring home care services, contact us at http://legacyinhomecare.com or call 702-564-2979. We are here to serve our veterans and elderly population in Southern Nevada with dignity and grace. Every special milestone should be celebrated and we make sure each client feels that sense of celebration when we come into their home.