There's always something exciting going on at Piedmont Crossing.

See below for the latest news updates and resident stories.  Enjoy!

Events

Lenten Lunch and Learn Series

March 1, 2017 at 11:30am - Piedmont Crossing invites you to an upcoming devotional series centered on "Atonement, Forgiven-ness and Reconciliation".

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Medication Pitfalls

March 7, 2017 at 2:00pm - Piedmont Crossing will host Medication Pitfalls, a program that will educate attendees on the mismanagement of medication, on Tuesday, March 7 at 2pm on the campus of the retirement community.

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North Carolina Alive with People- Humanities Council Program

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March 8, 2017 at 2:00pm - Lynn Salsi presents a broad word-picture of North Carolina based on oral histories of residents she has collected for ten years.

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News

Caregivers’ Fellowship Support Group Open to Community

February 23, 2017 - Piedmont Crossing, located in Thomasville, invites the public to their Caregivers’ Fellowship.

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UCHS Annual Report 2017

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February 14, 2017 - Our annual report is now available for viewing - check it out!

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Piedmont Crossing to Welcome Jazz Duo

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February 13, 2017 - Piedmont Crossing will welcome The Whitings, a husband and wife jazz duo that has performed at theatres and special events in 23 states, to their campus on Tuesday, February 21 at 2pm.

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Blog

Medication Problems with the Aging

February 17, 2017 - Although medications do often help maintain health and well being, studies have repeatedly shown that lots of older adults end up suffering from problems related to medication.

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Home Care- A popular choice for seniors!

February 17, 2017 - Piedmont Crossing is dedicated to compassionate care. Our main objective is to inspire each individual to embrace life by reaching their highest level of independence and live a meaningful life.

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Know the Symptoms of Heart Disease

February 3, 2017 - Heart disease is a major threat to senior health — in fact, 84 percent of people age 65 years and older die from heart disease.

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