An old-school, old-fashioned nursing home.
A cozy, cozy place to relax and unwind.
But what you won’t find here is a barbershop or a barber.
Crossroads nursing homes are for the most part staffed by people who are in their 90s or older, and the homes are located in rural areas.
Here are some things you should know about nursing homes.
Crosslands Nursing Home, near Nashville, is owned by the Crosslands Group, a national nursing home management company.
It’s a small place.
Crossland’s main building has only two beds and three beds for senior residents.
That means the nursing home has two beds for the average resident, and it’s not crowded.
Crossbones, a nursing home in Texas, has eight beds for seniors.
They don’t charge a $400 fee for any routine checkups.
You can call the nursing homes and ask for an appointment.
The nursing homes staff is friendly.
The nurses will be friendly and willing to answer your questions about what’s going on with your health, as long as it’s relevant.
You’ll feel welcome.
The staff at Crosslands will provide you with an environment where you feel like you can relax, unwind, and make friends.
They have plenty of activities for the seniors, too.
There are golf courses, hiking trails, swimming pools, and tennis courts for seniors to relax.
The Crosslands nursing home is just minutes from Nashville.
It is open every day of the week.
The caregiving staff will visit your home from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and they’ll be there from 4:00 to 6:00, and from 9 a.mi. to 6 p.y.
You’re welcome to come and visit anytime.