Care That Feels Like Family

Crossways is a care home for the elderly that provides elderly and respite care to a high standard in the beautiful village of Lindfield, West Sussex for people aged 65 and over, including married couples and/or partners.

Care Team

Our wonderful care team have years of experience and looks forward to helping our residents every day.

About Us

We aim to enable our residents to continue living as independently as possible by receiving 24-hour care and support.

Activities

Fun, interaction and exercise are available for all our residents, every day, to keep them stimulated in body and mind.

COVID-19

We take the health and safety of our staff and residents very seriously and always follow the government guidance on protecting them during these challenging times.

Your Health Is Our Primary Concern

Crossways is a care home for the elderly, housed in a beautiful detached house in the exclusive area of Lindfield close to Haywards Heath. We are registered to accommodate up to twenty five people aged 65 and over, including married couples and/or partners. We also offer respite.

Our Manager is Mr Selvarajen Amoorthasamy, who has over 17 years’ experience in caring and our registered provider is Crossways Healthcare Limited.

Our rooms are all individually decorated and residents are encouraged to bring their own personal possessions to create a “home from home” feel.

Get in touch to arrange a Crossways Care Home tour

Your Health Is Our Primary Concern

Crossways is a care home for the elderly, housed in a beautiful detached house in the exclusive area of Lindfield close to Haywards Heath. We are registered to accommodate up to twenty-five people aged 65 and over, including married couples and/or partners. We also offer respite.

Our Manager is Mr Selvarajen Amoorthasamy, who has over 17 years of experience in caring, and our registered provider is Crossways Healthcare Limited.

Our rooms are all individually decorated and residents are encouraged to bring their own personal possessions to create a “home from home” feel.

Get in touch to arrange a Crossways Care Home tour

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Why Choose Us

Our Aims

We aim to provide a high standard of accommodation and care. The Home’s policy is to provide a secure, relaxed and homely environment in which the care, well-being and comfort of our residents are of prime importance.

Our Services

All our staff at Crossways Residential Care Home work hard to ensure that we provide the very best in elderly care possible. We provide a full range of care services including respite care. In addition, we offer a full range of activities, a nutritionally balanced diet and personal attention to their wellbeing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a list of frequently asked questions to help people looking for a care home at this current time.

We keep up to date with Government guidance and making sure our residents and staff are safe is our top priority.

Yes, we are welcoming new residents to our care home. Please get in touch to register your interest and we can arrange a tour so you can see the home and meet our friendly staff.

Absolutely, we would love for you to have a tour of our care home.  Having a tour is the best way to get a real feel and understanding of the home and you can meet our friendly carers and management who can answer any questions you might have.

We do still have some restrictions in place for visitors and we require all visitors to have a negative lateral flow test before entering.  Please get in touch with us through our contact us page or call us on 01444 416841 so we discuss these with you further and arrange a visit.

Yes, we welcome and encourage friends and family to visit their loved ones.  We do ask that all visits are pre-booked which enables us to keep the volume of visitors in the home at once to a minimum and we require a negative lateral flow covid test before entering and wear the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) in line with government and home guidelines.

We have 19 single and 3 double bedrooms, most with en-suite facilities. TV and telephone points are available in all rooms. 

In conjunction with our carers and dedicated activities manager, our team put together daily and weekly activities for all residents.

These activities include; Floor basketball, Word games, Movement to Music, Quizzes, Bingo, Colouring & Painting, Balloon play, Story-time / read aloud, Board games, Crossword club, Baking, and Art club, Activities with care staff and Word Games to name a few.

Yes. We welcome friends and family to continue to send post, donations and gifts to residents in our care homes. Some of our residents have recently celebrated birthdays and have enjoyed receiving gifts in line with the Government guidance. Click here for Government guidance.

Absolutely. All food is freshly cooked on the premises, and special needs can be catered for by the chef.

Roast dinners are a firm favourite of the residents and vegetarian alternatives are available too.

We ensure that all our residents get a nutritionally balanced diet and so we offer a varied menu throughout the day with many choices.

  • Early morning cup of tea 6.45am – 7.00am
  • Breakfast 7.30am – 8.15am
  • Morning coffee 10.30am – 10.45am
  • Lunch 12.30 pm – 1.30pm
  • Afternoon tea 3.00pm – 3.15pm
  • Supper 5.30pm – 6.30pm
  • Evening drink 7.45pm – 8.00pm

 

Drinks and snacks are available as and when required and on-demand.

Of course, you can still use the registered GP of your loved one and we have a GP who keep’s in regular contact with our home and visits residents when required.
GP practice = Lindfield Surgery
GP is = Dr Short

We can liaise with and make referrals to specialist services and facilities through the GP. Every 6 weeks a Chiropodist visits all residents and other services can be arranged by appointment.

Chiropodist practice name = first4Feet
The chiropodist name is = Shehzad Khudurun

 

Yes. Twice per year Visioncall attends to carry out eye tests on all residents. If we feel an additional test is required outside of these twice-yearly bookings we are able to organise accordingly.

We don’t have a regular dentist who comes to visit our residents, however, we can organise appointments upon requests from either the resident or friends and family.

Our Care Givers' Team

Our staff receive the very best training to ensure that they become the very best carers and that they always work to national standards. We have a wonderful and experienced team at Crossways Care Home. We offer care on a 24-hour basis and our team of qualified and experienced staff will ensure that all our residents, whether long term or respite, will receive excellent care.

Kelvin
Selvarajen Amoorthasamy

Crossways Manager

Selvarajen, who is best known as Kelvin has been with us since 2005. Kelvin has over 18 years of care experience and become manager of the home in 2018. Kelvin has a calm nature, is great with all staff members and residents.  He is a natural leader, who is respected by his peers, a true professional and has led crossways successfully for many years.
Glenn Stacey
Glenn Stacey

Chef

Glenn has been with us since 2013. A very experienced chef who produces fine home cooked, nutritional food daily. Glenn is always the first person in the morning to have a joke and giggle with the staff and residents.
Jackie Thomas
Jackie Thomas

Activities Coordinator

Jackie has been with us since for over 10 years.  She is our resident activities coordinator and qualified hairdresser, a service provided twice per week and available to all residents.  Jackie is naturally creative & engaged with all residents through daily varied activities to keep residents stimulated.
Julie Reece
Julie Reece

Administrator

Julie has been with us for over 4 years.  She is the friendly face and administrator of the home, looking after all residents, staff and daily ongoing communications.  She is the first port of call for all of us, we would be lost without her.

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