Tax Prep Checklist for Seniors

Feb 20, 2018

Spring is tax season, and there always seems to be additional paperwork required that you might not have considered, causing headaches whether you file your own taxes, use tax prep software, or work with an accountant. We put together a quick checklist for you, to make this process a little easier. – Gather all your […]

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10 Small Changes to Improve Heart Health

Feb 12, 2018

Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the US, and it can affect people at almost any age! According to the Centers for Disease Control, 49% of Americans have at least one risk factor for developing heart disease, including diabetes, being overweight, having a poor diet, not being active or drinking […]

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Full Hearts and Empty Bowls- Helping In The Community

Feb 07, 2018

Residents at Kendal-Crosslands Communities come from all over the Country, and many of them take an active role in the local community. We have groups that help teach English as a second language through the Kennett Library, volunteers at Longwood Gardens, and people who volunteer to help with after-school programs at the local middle school […]

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Inclusion Is At The Heart of Who We Are

Jan 19, 2018

“We see diversity as a cornucopia not a cacophony.” Bishop Dwayne D Royster, at the annual Martin Luther King Breakfast in Kennett Square PA, January 15, 2018.   One of the things we value at Kendal⁓Crosslands Communities is a spirit of inclusion. At the annual Martin Luther King breakfast in Kennett Square, many members of […]

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5 Things People Love About Downsizing

Jan 09, 2018

Downsizing has become a trend for people at every stage of life, not just for people thinking about retirement. In fact, new homes are smaller than in the past and there is an increased demand for townhomes and other smaller footprints, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Even in Australia, recent surveys show […]

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Flu Prevention Advice

Jan 12, 2018

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that flu season runs from late November through March each year. The CDC reports that at the end of December, 2017, flu is widespread in 36 states, including Pennsylvania and Delaware. The incubation period for the flu is between 1 and 4 days, with people being able to […]

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Three Tax Law Changes that May Affect Seniors in 2018

Jan 11, 2018

The new Tax Bill that President Trump signed into law on December 22, 2017 will have impacts on all of us. While there were many concerns about how the bill would affect Seniors, these three changes will have particular effects on the senior population.   An Increase in the Standard Deduction and Preservation of Additional […]

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…at Kendal-Crosslands Communities

The holidays are here! That means festivities, dining and entertainment for residents, staff and their families alike at Kendal-Crosslands Communities. There are so many choices that you’ll surely find something to enjoy. The community is decorated throughout with wreaths, trees and more. Each year, residents join in with staff, helping to decorate the community by […]

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Holiday Memories

Dec 07, 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and four residents share their special memories of the holiday time. Barb Pusey I grew up on the family farm and was the youngest of 6 children. Christmas was a busy and energetic time, you can imagine with many siblings and with aunts, uncles, and distant relatives […]

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FAQ: Is Kendal-Crosslands Communities Religiously Affiliated?

At Kendal-Crosslands Communities, we’re often asked if we are a religiously affiliated Continuing Care Retirement Community. With a simple answer – yes, we are! That being said, our religious affiliation means that we cultivate a place where people of all backgrounds and religions can flourish, and everyone is treated with dignity and respect. The community […]

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