Crossroads At Northglenn Alf
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Does Crossroads At Northglenn Alf, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
Overall Rating 4.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Tammy Groendyk★★★★★ 10 months ago
Crossroads Northglenn is clean, updated nicely and they are always providing an array of activities. The food is made from scratch and the staff is very attentive to the resident's needs. I love this place and the people who work there. You can feel the difference when you walk in the door and are greeted with smiles and hugs. It truly feels like home.
George DeVisser★★★★★ 10 months ago
We were very pleased with the care Dad received during his stay. So many residents and staff were so kind to him.
Matthew Bushnell★★★★★ 6 months ago
Friendly staff, clean and active. This is a prefect place for my mom.
Joe Mayer★★★★★ a year ago
The staff are the best. My family always feels welcome and the staff are amazing! Thank you for being our extended family
Susan Daniels★★★★★ 10 months ago
The Journey My 93 year old mom moved to Denver to live with me after my stepdad died. My mom had never lived alone in her entire life. We did well for a year until she had a stroke. She recovered nicely and then went to rehab for 35 days, and got a lot back. But she was not going to be able to go up and down stairs or be left alone every day when I went to work every day. So I began the hunt for the best place for her to live, relatively close to me so I could be there with her as much as possible. Crossroads at Northglenn was the choice I made for her. She gave me the evil eye for several nights when I left her to go home. I thought she was going to hate it till the day she died. Within a few days, she was making friends with both the staff and the other residents. She always had a smile on her face. The staff at Crossroads has a different attitude than most facilities. From management to nursing to activities director, they all treat residents like family. Cristal, one of the nurses, called my mom Baby and Mother called her Baby. They hugged every time they saw each other. Everyone speaks and smiles to everyone. The activities were full and diverse. They would come get Mother and take her to whatever was going on. They have music a couple of times a week. A piano player, a group of singers, a combo of horns and singers. One time they had Oscar the Pig who did tricks. Do you know how many people in the older group had a part of family who had a farm with animals with memories of playing with animals like this. The room was packed. The lady who brought Oscar was full of information about pigs and how she got into this business. It was so interesting to everyone. One day, I came to see Mother and went to her room and she wasn't there, so I headed toward the Activities Room and Dining Room, and there she sat with about 8 men playing poker. Tim, the activities director said, "Hey, she's doing pretty well." I said, "Well, she's never played poker in her entire life." And Tim replied, "Well, then she is doing really, really well." Groups of women mostly would sit out in the living room or front parlor and talk. Two weeks ago, my mom had another stroke , but this one was extremely bad. She came back from the hospital to be in hospice there at Crossroads. All of her friends there came in and sat with us and laughed and cried. Every single staff person came in in tears and comforted all of us and her. I was amazed at how much they cared about MY MOM. With 100 people to look after, and all the issues that are in all of these facilities every day, it was amazing to me that they were so individually concerned about each one. They did make my mom feel at home, and they made me feel that way also. I am going to continue to go there, and bring my Weimerauner, Presley to visit with everyone. Not only my mom's passing is leaving a hole, but they are leaving a hole in my heart. Thank you to each and every person at Crossroads of Northglenn. I will never forget any of you. Susan
|Admin||Ms Kay Lorenz-love|
|Ownership Type||Corporate Non-profit|
|Primary Type||Assisted Living Residence|
|Sub Type||Medicaid Certified|
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