Resident Grateful for Care Received at Crane’s Mill

Crane’s Mill resident expresses gratitude for the care received while in rehabilitation after an illness.

A long-time Crane’s Mill resident wrote a letter to the editor of The Progress about the care received in our Health Center. Crane’s Mill helped him recover from his illness, and he’s back on his feet in independent living—what a phenomenal story! It shows just one example of many stories happening every day in our community.

Click here to read the article on The Progress website.

Plus, be sure to read our Crane’s Mill Reviews page, where you’ll find many more letters, emails, and testimonials from residents and their families.

Crane’s Mill Residents Enjoy Morning Exercise Classes During Winter Months

Residents at our Essex County, New Jersey retirement community enjoy the benefit of exercise classes that are a short, indoor walk from their homes.

Aquatic exercises are on the calendar all year long at Crane's Mill

Dance class, water aerobics, tai chi, and yoga are just a few of the classes offered each day to Crane’s Mill residents. The classes are led by experts in senior exercise, and provide a great service to our residents—they are able to choose to exercise when they like, stay in shape regardless of the weather, and can do it all without even having to go outside!

What are your favorite exercises? Are they offered at Crane’s Mill? See for yourself by viewing the Millstream—our resident newsletter and calendar showing all of our exercise classes and much more!

Crane’s Mill FAQ

Everything you need to know about Northern New Jersey’s Premier Retirement Community on one easy-to-read page.

Curious about Crane’s Mill? The best way to learn about us is to visit us in person—call us at 973-276-6700 or click here to send us an email to schedule an appointment.

The second best way to learn about us is to view our Frequently Asked Questions page. There, you’ll find a list of all the services & amenities offered in the community, information about our apartments and cottages, an overview of our Health Center, our history, and our parent organization Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey.

You can visit the Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking here.

Crane’s Mill Hosted Medical Program on Tremors

Crane’s Mill Retirement Community in West Caldwell, New Jersey, continues its successful series of learning sessions.

Dr. Roger Kurlan (second from right), a board-certified neurologist and director of the movement disorders program at Atlantic Neuroscience Institute at Overlook Medical Center, delivered a presentation, Why Do I Shake – The causes, meaning and treatment of tremor, on February 10 at Crane’s Mill. Approximately 70 individuals from the West Essex area attended the event. Pictured with Dr. Kurlan are (left to right) are:  Michael Brophy, Thomas Ragusa and Kristopher Almquist, all from the Marketing Department at Crane’s Mill.

Dr. Roger Kurlan (second from right), a board-certified neurologist and director of the movement disorders program at Atlantic Neuroscience Institute at Overlook Medical Center, delivered a presentation, Why Do I Shake – The causes, meaning and treatment of tremor, on February 10 at Crane’s Mill. Approximately 70 individuals from the West Essex area attended the event. Pictured with Dr. Kurlan are (left to right) are: Michael Brophy, Thomas Ragusa and Kristopher Almquist, all from the Marketing Department at Crane’s Mill.