Important links to resources that every senior needs both before and after making the move to a senior living community. Please check back often for updates and new information.
Alzheimer’s Association – A dramatic change in mood is one of the signs. Recognizing the symptoms is the first step toward doing something about it.
Department of Veterans Affairs – Check out the benefits for all Veterans and their spouses.
Elder Resource Benefits Consulting (ERBC) – Assisting veterans and their surviving spouses through the VA Aid & Attendance qualification process is what we do. It’s all we do. We don’t sell financial products or restructure assets and we have no hidden fees.
More Than Moving For Seniors, Inc. – Specialize in helping seniors and their families with the sometimes overwhelming process of downsizing and moving. Our more than ten years of experience ensures that the details of your move are attended to with care and compassion.
Elderlife Financial – The nation’s leading senior financing and solutions company for families and senior care providers.
Assisted Living Federation of America (Argentum) – The largest national trade association exclusively dedicated to professionally-managed, resident-centered senior living communities.
AARP – Take advantage of your age and experience to expand your possibilities. AARP is more than just discounts and lobbying for senior citizens.
Virginia Department of Social Services – Virginia Department of Social Services protects children and vulnerable adults in day and residential care settings.
Virginia Assisted Living Association (VALA) – A non-profit membership organization dedicated to providing advocacy, communication, education, and resources for Virginia’s assisted living industry.
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services – Manages the delivery of health- and human-related services for all North Carolinians, especially our most vulnerable citizens – children, elderly, disabled and low-income families.
North Carolina Assisted Living Association – A non-profit trade association devoted to promoting the establishment and operation of quality assisted living communities in North Carolina.
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control – The state regulatory agency charged with promoting and protecting the state’s public health and its land, air, coastal resources and water quality as authorized by federal and state law.
Argentum South Carolina – As the state chapter of Argentum in South Carolina, Argentum-SC provides a forum to help consumers, physicians, financiers, elected officials, regulators, media, family members and others understand the options offered by assisted living.
Pennsylvania Department of Health and Human Services – The Department of Human Services works with facilities across the state who help us serve Pennsylvanians of all ages who require day-to-day care and support. To ensure the health and safety of residents and clients that these facilities serve, the department is responsible for licensing and inspecting each organization.
Pennsylvania Assisted Living Association – Committed to assisting and helping families when it comes time to place their loved one in either an Assisted Living Residence or Personal Care Home.
Tennessee Department of Health – The Tennessee Department of Health works to protect and promote the health of all Tennesseans.
Tennessee Health Care Association – Our mission is to enhance the ability of its members to provide essential long-term care services for the elderly and disabled through education, advocacy and leadership.
Financial questions and concerns are a part of most senior living housing decisions. To help potential residents and their families understand the true costs and value of senior living, a number of reputable firms have developed resources to educate prospects and address financial concerns. These firms include:
- ElderLife Financial Services
- Veteran’s Assistance Program
- The Alzheimer Association
- Elder Resource Benefits Consulting
Cost of Living Considerations
Finding the right senior living community can largely depend on financial considerations. To assist you in financial planning, we’ve developed a Harmony Cost Comparison Sheet for senior living that outlines the benefits of choosing one of our communities.
We took the guesswork out of U.S. Veterans benefits to ease the cost of senior living.
One of the things military retirees like best about life at The Crossings is that so many of their fellow residents are veterans, too.
There’s a pretty good reason for that.
We’ve made it our personal call of duty to help military retirees reduce to the cost of senior living.
Helping you make the most of the Veterans benefits you’ve earned is a big part of that.
Cash flow analysis you can bank on.
To help our proud veteran residents reduce their living expenses and live in grand style, we’ve joined hands with a team of experts with deep insight into Veterans Aid and Assistance benefits.
They’ll evaluate your eligibility for a full range of benefit opportunities, and even simplify the qualification and application process to keep your plans on track.
Valued at more than $800, each benefits analysis is conducted absolutely free on behalf of new and existing Crossings tenants by our trusted partner, Elder Resource Benefits Consulting of Sudbury, Mass.
An objective third-party view. First rate all the way.
We believe by offering our residents a third-party evaluation of their finances and military benefit eligibility is essential. Our partnership with Elder Resource Benefits Consulting is key to that belief.
The firm exists to solely provide sound professional advice and deep insight into state and federal benefits programs for seniors. It does not restructure assets or sell financial products.
There are no hidden fees, and you are under no obligation to do anything at any time. Ever.
Our only interest in providing this service is to act in the best interest of our retired military veterans who want to enjoy The Crossings’ wonderfully carefree lifestyle.
The Benefits Are Yours to Enjoy.
Veterans who served 90 days or more, with at least one of those days served during a period of war, may qualify for significant financial benefits.
- Married Veteran: $2,120 per month
- Single Veteran: $1,788 per month
- Well Veteran with an ill spouse: $1,406 per month
- Surviving spouse: $1,149 per month
Eligibility – We’ll evaluate your eligibility and offer long-range recommendations to protect your interests even as your assets and care needs change.
Timing – We’ll remove the guesswork and help you apply at the right time to maximize your benefits and move in to The Crossings without delay.
Insight – With years of experience and success, our experts are well versed in federal rules, regulations and eligibility guidelines to ensure that you take full advantage of your Aid and Assistance benefits