1. Keeping Your Senior Loved Ones Safe During COVID-19

    The COVID-19 pandemic is undoubtedly on everyone’s minds right now, and part of the challenge is managing the uncertainty of this experience. The team at Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community have been tracking the situation carefully and has assembled a resource page for our residents and their families. While there’s still a lot we don’t know about the situation, we do know that there are a…Read More

  2. COVID 19 – Resident & Family Letter

    March 24, 2020 Dear Residents and Families, The inability to visit with family has been difficult for all of us these last couple of weeks.  To ease this restriction, we have decided to start a private Facebook page to keep you updated with pictures and give you the opportunity to post questions. This private page is for current residents and families and is not shared with the public.  It will …Read More

  3. COVID-19 Update #5

    Monday, March 16, 2020 Dear Cedar Hill Family Members, We are writing to continue keeping you updated on what we are doing to prevent COVID-19 (the new coronavirus) from coming on to our campus and on how we are changing our campus operations to adopt best practice for infection control during this pandemic and meet new federal and state guidelines.   First, thank you for how supportive all of y…Read More

  4. Fun Ways to Spend Time With Your Elderly Loved Ones

    One of the most common questions we get from the families of our residents is “How can I better support or care for my senior loved ones?” It’s a great question with lots of equally great answers. However, the one answer we find that our residents agree on the most is to simply receive the gift of time! Here at Cedar Hill, we always welcome families to come visit our residents whenever they…Read More

  5. Creating an Oral History for Your Family

    Here at Cedar Hill, we always encourage families to come visit and spend time with their loved ones as often as they can. Whether it’s simply joining them for a meal, helping them decorate their room, or celebrating a holiday with them, there’s always a reason to come see your loved ones on our beautiful campus in Vermont. But if you’re looking for a fun way to connect with your loved one wh…Read More

  6. The View – Cedar Hill Winter 2020 Newsletter

    With the changing of the seasons, we welcome new weather, new perspectives, and this year, a new decade. We’re excited to share the Cedar Hill Winter 2020 Newsletter. Here are some of the highlights of the Winter 2020 issue: Our animal companions at Cedar Hill Wildlife visits from the Vermont Institute of Natural Science Remembering the veterans at Cedar Hill Scenes from our Holiday Celebration …Read More

  7. Animals Bring Love and Joy to Cedar Hill and other Senior Facilities

    Windsor – Everyday our residents and staff light up with smiles and exuberance when they get to see “Denver,” a 16-week-old Golden Labrador Retriever puppy as he visits around our buildings.  Denver is the newest regular pet visitor to our skilled nursing facility and rehabilitation center. His owner is Milissa Howard, our Human Resources Director, who enjoys the happiness her puppy brings.…Read More

  8. The View – Cedar Hill Fall 2019 Newsletter

    Highlights of The Fall 2019 Issue include: Farm-to-Table Dining at Cedar Hill Letter from the co-owners, Mary Louise Sayles and Patricia Horn Field Trips to Tall Ship at Portsmouth, Lake Sunapee cruise, Butterfly Conservatory, and more  Top 10 Holiday gift ideas Memory Care Center news Do I have arthritis? Save the Dates Quite frequently, we have families who come to tour Cedar Hill looking to fi…Read More

  9. Calling All Crafters! Cedar Hill Arts & Crafts Fair Needs You!

    The Village at Cedar Hill Presents 2019 Fall Arts & Crafts Fair Saturday, October 19, 2019 10am - 3pm to benefit Village Activities Fund Our Village Art project, "We Love the Arts!", is proud to host a Fall Arts & Craft Fair selling the amazing works of art created by our residents from the Village as well as Memory Care wing over the past year. Framed original paintings, framed signed pri…Read More

  10. Creating Beauty, Feeding Souls

    The Art Programs at Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community BY MEGAN FOSTER All across the Cedar Hill campus, our residents are busy painting, pasting, and creating – feeding their souls and touching those of staff and visitors. Village Weekly Art Classes At The Village, the weekly art class is led by Kathleen Eames, who was the Director of Social Services at Cedar Hill Health Care for 13 years. An…Read More