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The 36 Hour Day

A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Other Dementias, and Memory Loss Through five editions, The 36-Hour Day has been an essential resource for families who love and care… Read More

Senior Sing A-Long Treat Yo’ Self Lunch

                    Description Come treat yourself and support a wonderful cause. Senior Sing A-Long is hosting an open-house style ladies lunch in a beautiful setting… Read More

Wine and Welcome, February 15th from 4-6PM

“Navigating the Senior Care Maze” Part 1 – What is Medicare?

Winter Driving Safety Tips For Seniors

Today’s “seniors” are boomers and they don’t plan to slow down their lifestyles for a little thing like getting older — or inclement winter weather. More 65-plus drivers are on the roads as… Read More

Tips to Help your Elderly Parents Enjoy the Holidays

The holidays are usually happy times, with families getting together and memories being made. This includes spending time with our elderly parents. Unfortunately, the reality is that many elderly people can feel isolated and… Read More

Delivering Christmas Joy

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Were Bringing our Seminar on the Road!

Join us for our “Navigating the Senior Care Maze” seminar at Aurora Pond  Elizabeth Harrell, senior housing expert and owner of Crossroads will present timely and important information including: Senior housing options –… Read More

Crossroads Is Hiring!

Crossroads Eldercare Planning is hiring to add a consultant to our team! Consultants responsibilities include: 1. Consulting with families by phone and in our conference room regarding their options for senior housing, home… Read More

Legal and community resources for families affected by dementia

By: Linsey Gleason Perhaps you’ve heard the staggering statistics of how dementia is affecting our community. As our population ages (and life expectancies continue to rise), more people are affected by memory loss…. Read More