Lifestyle : Testimonials

Learn how Lutheran Crossings helps families.

Susan L.

We had the very difficult task of moving our aunt out of the only home she has ever lived in. Everyone at Lutheran Crossings was so patient and understanding. They walked us through the whole process and what seemed at first very overwhelming became very manageable. They gave us support and encouragement and tips to help keep our aunt moving forward. Now that our aunt is in the assisted living, we can already see her being comfortable and happy. Without exception, the staff and administrators have been friendly, kind, helpful and very supportive. We know we made the right choice for our aunt and we finally have peace of mind that she is safe and well cared for. A big thank you to everyone at Lutheran Crossings!

David W.

The staff at Lutheran Crossings was extremely compassionate to our needs while making the decision to move into Assisted Living. On more than one occasion the staff took time from their personal lives to visit my mother to help her adjust to her new apartment. Being able to bring her cat with her was a comfort with her transition of downsizing from her house to a beautiful bright apartment.

Dr. Alyson Emmons, DO (Advocare Physicians)

As an attending physician for multiple nursing facilities, I have the unique opportunity to compare the programs and services provided for the population of frail seniors in Southern New Jersey. In particular, I am impressed with the quality outcomes at Lutheran Crossings Enhanced Living at Moorestown. As Medical Director for this Burlington County nursing and rehabilitation community, I see firsthand how quickly and efficiently their team works to assess the needs of their patients to establish a unique and personal plan of care to reach each patient’s goals.

Mom spent about two and a half years at Lutheran Crossings and during that time she was treated with kindness and compassion and was always well groomed and comfortable. Each day there were plenty of activities offered for the residents and family members were invited to participate as well. Mom especially liked our trips to the Ice Cream Parlor, the musical programs, birthday and holiday parties, and playing kickball with her friends!

The nurses kept us well informed and were always available to answer questions and discuss any concerns we may have had. The staff treated us with compassion and honesty because they understood that having a loved one being cared for outside the home was a traumatic experience for the whole family.

The staff and volunteers at Lutheran Crossings work tirelessly and with good humor to maintain a safe, clean and healthy environment for their residents.

Our family visits frequently and every time that I am there to share a meal or pick her clothes up to be laundered (my choice), mom is either in an activity of some sort, or visiting with staff members. The nurses keep me informed of any issues that may arise and are on top of mom’s medical needs.  The personal care attendants and recreation staff are constantly involved with the residents.  It is nice to hear oldies but goodies on the flat screen TV while they dine. The Environmental Services (housekeeping) are constantly in the various areas sanitizing as needed.

Please do not get me wrong.  It does not change the fact that you may have this tremendous hurt from the loss of your loved one who may be physically, and definitely mentally, out of your life and personal loving care. But I can assure you that Lutheran Crossings has been a God-send to our family! I personally consider them our extended-family!

For more information about Lutheran Crossings at Moorestown, call (856) 235-1214.