We are celebrating 30 years of quality service provision to people in need in the Ribble Valley.
The name, Crossroads came from the TV soap "Crossroads". 37 years ago, a man called Noel Crane who had disabilities, contacted the TV producers of Crossroads to ask whether they could portray a disabled person in the soap. ITV took Noel on as an adviser when he shared with them his concerns about the lack of support for people like his mum who was caring for him.
We have previously been affiliated with Crossroads Care and Carers Trust. We operate as an independent charity and keep carers and people with disabilities at the core of our services
Our charity has been providing specialist support to carers in their own homes, giving carers time for themselves, for over 30 years. In the last decade, we have also become widely respected for delivering high-quality personal care to any individual, whether they live by themselves or have a loved one caring for them, within the Ribble Valley.