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Accessibility Statement

As a company that serves older people and manages senior living communities, Elegance Living strives to make the services and facilities at our affiliated communities accessible to people with disabilities.

We are dedicated to fostering inclusive and accessible environments and to complying with all federal, state, and local laws, including the Fair Housing Act, Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Americans with Disabilities Act.

Website Accessibility

Elegance Living’s affiliated websites incorporate accessibility improvements in accordance with the current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1 Level AA).

Disclaimer

We strive to ensure that the content of the website is accessible to all. However, we are limited by some technological and resource constraints, and it is possible that certain content cannot be converted or adapted into certain other formats. Additionally, for content that is capable of being converted or adapted, the conversion process may alter the original content in ways that are not intended or anticipated.

Additional Assistance

If you experience difficulty accessing any Elegance Living-created content in your preferred format, or if you have questions about the content you access, please contact us. We will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate your needs.

To request an accommodation or modification, please email us at:
info@elegance-living.com.

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