5 Reasons to Fall in Love with Kendal-Crosslands’ Two-Bedroom Cottage

When you become a resident of Kendal-Crosslands Communities, a Chester County Life Plan Community formerly known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), you’ll have many residence options to choose from. Among them, the Two-Bedroom Cottage which is one of the most popular, providing residents with an active, maintenance-free retirement lifestyle. The Two-Bedroom Cottage, also […]

Read More

Our Caring Community

Below is an excerpt from the book Experiences: Life in a Continuing Care Retirement Community, which is a compilation of essays and poetry written and published by residents of Kendal at Longwood. By Helen Ford I lived at Kendal for two years before the onset of my illness; what a great blessing that was! The time was […]

Read More

Kendal~Crosslands Receives Industry Accreditation

Jul 28, 2017

Kendal~Crosslands Communities received several levels of industry accreditation awarded by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). The accreditation by CARF officially recognizes the Life Plan Community also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) as a health and human service provider as having met standards for high quality of service. “Consumers face […]

Read More

FAQ: What’s included in my monthly service fee?

When you move to a continuing care retirement community, you’ll soon become accustomed to the many services and amenities offered to you as a resident. You’ll find yourself enjoying delicious meals, cleaning less, socializing more, and spending your newly attained free time doing the things that you love most or discovering new hobbies and interests. […]

Read More

Summer Savings with the One-Bedroom Floor Plan

Retirement living is all about options. You’ll choose how to spend your time and money, so you can get exactly what you want out of your retirement. Kendal-Crosslands makes it easy by providing you with many options, including our extensive range of cottage and apartment homes available. No matter your lifestyle, you’ll find a home […]

Read More

The Natural Beauty of Kendal-Crosslands Communities

Kendal-Crosslands Communities offers residents natural, beautiful scenery that can’t be found at just any retirement community. The 500-acre campus features an accredited level one arboretum, woodlands, meadows and plenty of green space, all for the enjoyment of residents and staff. “Being surrounded by nature in any time of your life has health benefits,” says Casey […]

Read More

Experiences: Grampa, I Won’t Mind Getting Old

Below is an excerpt from the book Experiences: Life in a Continuing Care Retirement Community, which is a compilation of essays and poetry written and published by residents of Kendal at Longwood. By Bill Van Wie Four years ago, as we were going through our house in New York to prepare for our move to Kendal, I […]

Read More

One Bedroom with Den Floor Plans: the perfect floor plan for retirement living

One important piece of the retirement puzzle is figuring out what size home will best fit the retirement lifestyle you desire. Our cozy one-bedroom with den offers the right amount of space to spend relaxing after a busy day. If you’re looking for an easy to maintain, comfortable floor plan, discover one of the many […]

Read More

You’re Invited! Senior Health Festival

Getting the right health and wellness information doesn’t always mean making a dreaded trip to the doctor’s office. For one day, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about resources for your personal health and wellness needs, while having a great day with friends and family. You’re invited to our Senior Health Fest, hosted by […]

Read More

Stewards of the Environment: The Kendal-Crosslands Energy Committee

Thanks to the Energy Committee, and other green efforts, the Kendal-Crosslands campus can feel confident in knowing that they’re making all the right moves to reduce their carbon footprint. “What we are really trying to do is create an attitude, and encourage people to become responsible stewards of our environment,” says Dick Kline, the Chair […]

Read More