Maud Duthie, who lives alone in a remote area.
‘It helps to look forward to going out and meeting people.  I used to feel so isolated – Crossroads has transformed my life and my health is better.’

Iain Macpherson has multiple sclerosis and lives in his own home, supported by his mother Moira
. Crossroads enable her to have some time out with peace of mind for her and for Iain. (Our Care Attendants frequently comment on how their lives too are enriched in so many ways through their work – in this case, Mary Ann’s enjoyment and knowledge of poetry has soared!)

Sisters Agnes, Isobel and Janet
‘Our mother was very grateful for the service provided and the respect you all showed in our home – an excellent service which our family have been very fortunate to have had.’