255 East Main Street, Moorestown, NJ 08057
Built on a foundation of core values, Cambridge Enhanced Senior Living strives to provide superior assisted living and memory care services. Our engaging community promotes socialization among residents, offers a dining experience beyond expectations, and schedules rich and engaging community activities, all while ensuring the highest levels of safety, care, and peace of mind. Distinguished by our community’s old-world charm and serene campus, seniors enjoy a happy and fulfilling lifestyle with customizable levels of care, highly-trained and compassionate staff, and an engaging mix of recreational activities.
Nestled in the heart of historic Downtown Moorestown, our community is situated right on Main Street, where the charm is abundant and the natural beauty is unmatched. Shops and restaurants line the street, and the castle-like mansion Breidenhart Castle near our entrance leaves residents in awe. Main Street is also home to many annual parades, arts, and business events throughout the year, emphasizing Main Street’s status as the heart of Moorestown. Just outside of town, find exciting attractions like The Funplex, an indoor-outdoor amusement park and arcade, and Perkins Center for the Arts, a space dedicated to concerts and performing arts, both perfect for family visits.
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Both my mother and Aunt are residents at Cambridge Assisted Living in Moorestown. Since Cambridge took over (was Lutheran’s Crossing) the facility gets a five star rating. The upgrades have been great and the staff is top notch. [name removed], the facility coordinator for the Assisted Living facility is absolutely amazing!!! Also a shout out to the aides [name removed] that are so kind and caring. I highly recommend Cambridge!!!
The experience at Cambridge was not a great experience. The staff that I dealt with first hand is quite rude and not helpful. One person in particular has such a nasty attitude and demeanor. Why would you work in such a facility having a nasty attitude? These people deserve better treatment. You're constantly waiting for meds to be given or waiting to be helped to use the bathroom. They treat you as if you are not a human being. I would not recommend this facility.
Beautiful facility - bright and sunny and the apartments were so lovely. I think for our situation, my family member would not appreciate all it had to offer so I will pass for something more simple.
Think 3 times before taking your loved ones to this Assisted living. The few staff that are regular staff are excellent. However many are from a staffing agency and are not familiar with the residents. Many of the residents have said the food is terrible.
When our parents needed to move from their home of 60 years, we needed an Assisted Living setting for them. We also wanted a facility that offered rehab, memory care and skilled nursing in case one or both needed more care in the future. With these criteria, Lutheran Crossings seemed to be the logical choice. They offer several apartment sizes, including one of the largest one-bedroom apartments we saw in this area. The dining rooms are closer to the apartments than many other facilities, and there are many common areas for all the residents and visitors to enjoy (inside and out). The buildings and grounds are well-built, well-maintained and secure in a beautiful neighborhood. We have found the staff to be caring and attentive, and the food to be tasty, ample and nutritious. There are also many activities and social opportunities available. After living at LC for almost one year, my parents are very happy with their choice.
This is a very nice community and my mom is still settling in she likes her room. The staff has been great trying to encourage her to be a part of the activities and since she uses both a wheelchair and a walker they make sure they go and offer to bring her down. Mom does like going to the dining room and says that the food is pretty good. I would recommend setting up a tour.
My mother is a resident. This place is awful, avoid completely. Care from lazy staff borders on [Removed]. When complains are made, they make excuses instead of finding solutions.
I have been a patient at Lutheran Crossings twice. First time was in 2011 in 2012. I had spinal surgery was unable to walk. With the care of the nurses and aids and the rehab from Hope Rehab Department. I was able to go from a wheelchair to Walker to a cane. The second time when I was there was this year 2016. I had broken my ankle. While I was in there they had taken very good care of me from the nurses nurses aides and the rehab Department they all take very good care of you as if they were their own. I chose the Lutheran Crossings because I knew a friend that had been in there and from going in and seeing her and watching them take care of her I knew that's where I wanted to be when I needed to go. The kindness enthusiasm and their strength especially when I was down keep me uplifted so that I could get better. No matter what I needed they were there. Even in the middle of the night when I need someone to talk to they were there. They treat their patients like they're their own family. If I ever had to go to spend my life this is where I would want to go. Because I know Not only would I be well taken care of there is so much to do there I would never be alone. And if you need anything the main offices social workers and the chaplain are always there to talk to and help you with whatever you need I feel like I can't say enough about them. They are truly wonderful people
I wasn't very impressed with this community. It isn't really an active community, the residents just seem to be sitting around. The staff was kind and friendly. They were informative and answered. From what I saw everything seemed to be well maintained. It just wasn't the community for my mother.
We looked at this place when we were looking into care for my mother. The staff were very nice, but the memory care unit was not pleasant, it was just too dark. Mom didn't need it yet, but would eventually, and I wouldn't want to have to move her to a different community when memory care became necessary.
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