Empowering You to Live Your Best Life Every Single Day

Well-being In Practice

Kendal~Crosslands Communities well-being initiative was co-developed with the largest aging services system in New England, Hebrew Senior Life, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, along with an international consortium of senior living providers.

At Kendal~Crosslands, we proactively support and empower older adults to stay connected to the drivers of meaning and purpose in their lives.

Being part of this international think tank of leading aging services providers means that we are always current with the latest best practices, and we can customize them according to our unique culture and values.

Commitment to Healthy Aging

Health and wellness coaching at Kendal~Crosslands demonstrates a commitment to supporting the whole-person health and well-being of every resident. We promote and support all dimensions of well-being: physical, intellectual, social, emotional, occupational, spiritual, and environmental. Conversations with our Coach allow time and space to explore What Matters Most in your life today.

Research shows that cultivating positive emotions and being connected to things that have meaning and fill us with a sense of purpose positively impact our health and well-being.

Hear what residents have to say…

“I embarked on a big writing project. Talking about it with my Coach keeps me from getting discouraged.”  Judy H.

“Our Health and Wellness Coach is wise, compassionate, creative, non-judgmental, and thoughtful. I could not have had a better person come into my life at this time.”  Julie N.

“I was impressed how well the Coash was able to listen to me and focus on the content with real understanding and meaningfulness and put it into a helpful structure for me.”  Peter L.

“I feel more energized to take action around my health and well-being.”  Dana H.

Meet our Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Lathie Gannon

“Working with me offers you the opportunity to explore the things that are important to you at any given time. The reflective conversations I have with residents tend to be energizing and are often enlightening. I am a good listener, and many residents consider the space created by our meetings to be a chance to gain clarity around something they have been pondering or wrestling with. Our time together can also be simply an opportunity to take stock of your health and well-being priorities.

I look forward to meeting you and learning about the things that are important to you in your life here at Kendal-Crosslands Communities. I strive to support all residents in their quest for a full and meaningful life in our community.