The Health Center at Crane’s Mill provides top-notch care for both residents of Crane’s Mill and of the community at large. For direct admissions from the outside, there is no entrance fee or community fee.
Crane’s Mill addresses the ever-changing needs of those desiring an active, independent lifestyle both today and tomorrow. Whether care is needed for a short term or as part of a comprehensive plan, residents and their loved ones can rest assured that Crane’s Mill will provide the care you need, when you need it.
In the Health Center, residents find an array of different living accommodations to meet their specific needs. From Assisted Living and Memory Support to Skilled Nursing and Sub-Acute Rehabilitation, the Health Center offers seniors excellent care in a state-of-the-art environment.
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Part of our Assisted Living Facility, our Memory Support Unit at Crane’s Mill is an important part of the continuum of care offered in our community.
Many people are aware of the wonderful independent living area of Crane’s Mill, home to the well-appointed apartments and cottages, dining options, trips, live entertainment, and more. Plus, people are familiar with our skilled nursing and sub-acute rehab areas, which are open to Crane’s Mill residents and members of the greater community to help after a hospital stay or illness.
What you may not know is that 18 of our 66 Assisted Living apartments are part of a specifically designated Memory Support Unit. This spacious, secure, and beautifully-designed environment has specialized staffing, dining, and recreational programs specially geared to those living with memory challenges.
You can learn more about the Health Center at Crane’s Mill by clicking here, or by calling us at 973-276-3016.
Crane’s Mill residents can walk from their independent apartments to a senior-focused exercise class—without even having to go outside!
Aquatic exercises are on the calendar all year long at Crane’s Mill
You may already know that Crane’s Mill has a state-of-the-art fitness center right in Towne Square. But you may not know that in addition there are a number of additional fun options for residents looking to stay in top shape.
Crane’s Mill provides an array of exercise classes in right in Towne Square, so residents need not go outside to get to the best exercise classes around.
A quick look at this month’s calendar shows senior-centric classes such as Stretch & Flex, Strength Class, Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates and more! Plus, our indoor pool plays host to a number of popular classes including Aquatic Fitness, Lap Swim and Water Walking.
You can view our entire calendar of resident activities each month by clicking here.
Crane’s Mill accepts direct admissions in our Skilled Nursing and Sub-Acute Rehabilitation departments.
Our residents enjoy the comfort that comes from knowing if they have a surgery, illness, or other trip to the hospital, and are in need of rehab after, they come right home to Crane’s Mill and its exceptional rehabilitation department.
However, many local residents may not know that you can enjoy that same excellent healthcare even if you are not a Crane’s Mill resident.
We accept many direct admissions every month from local hospitals such as HackensackUMC Mountainside, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, and Morristown Medical Center, as well as rehab centers like Kessler Rehabilitation.
Are you interested in learning more? We welcome tours in advance of a hospital stay to make sure Crane’s Mill is the right fit for you or a loved one—call us at 973-276-3016 to find out more. We look forward to hearing from you.
A Free Service for Crane’s Mill Residents
Crane's Mill now offers its residents tech support provided by students from James Caldwell High School
Did you know? Tech-savvy students from James Caldwell High School are now available on a weekly basis to provide our residents with assistance with their technology needs.
The service is free, and open to all Crane’s Mill residents. To make use of the service, residents are asked to fill out a tech support request form, which are available on the table outside of the Activities office.
Public computers in the library and lounges (located in Sycamore I & II and Creekside) can be reserved for tech support appointments. Students will make “service calls” to residents’ apartments if assistance is needed with immobile/connected devices (desktop computers, televisions, home phones, cable connections, etc.).
Examples of “technology” include:
Computers (desktop and laptop)
Microsoft Word (word processing)
Cable/Internet/Phone Connections (Verizon, Comcast)
Smart Phones (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone)
Residents or family members with questions about the program may contact Meredith Wu, Director of Community Programming, by calling 973-276-3012, or click here to send her an email.