1. The View - Summer 2019 Edition

    The View – Cedar Hill Summer 2019 Newsletter

    Summer is finally here and we are pleased to share our Summer 2019 issue of “The View,” a quarterly newsletter from Cedar Hill. We hope you will find this an enjoyable and useful read. Our goal is to improve communication and foster community across our campus. Let’s get outdoors! It’s that time of year after a gloomy winter and spring. Our summer will be filled with time on the terrace or…Read More

  2. 2019 Car Show graphic

    18th Annual Father’s Day Car Show

    Sunday, June 16, 2019, 12-2pm Join us for this free family-friendly event featuring: Antique Cars & Tractors  • Free Root Beer Floats • Live 50’s & 60’s Music with Roy Munstermann 50/50 Raffle to Benefit Resident Entertainment Fund No Registration Fees! For more information call Jen White at (802)674-6609 ext. 216 or E-mail: JWhite@cedarhillccc.com Have a classic car? Bring it…Read More

  3. 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

  4. Estate Planning Made Easy

    Free Seminar: Estate Planning Made Easy

    Date: Friday April 12, 2019, from 10:30 - noon The Village at Cedar Hill is pleased to announce the return of their popular Speaker Series, beginning with “Estate Planning Made Easy”, presented by Jonathan L. Springer, Esq. on Friday April 12, 2019, from 10:30 - noon. Estate planning is not just for the super wealthy - nearly everyone who owns any kind of property has an estate. Your estate i…Read More

  5. Cedar Hill Spring Newsletter

    The View – Cedar Hill Spring 2019 Newsletter

    Spring is springing and we are pleased to share our Spring 2019 issue of “The View,” a new quarterly newsletter from Cedar Hill. We hope you will find this an enjoyable and useful read. Our intention is to improve communication and foster community across our campus. Life at Cedar Hill – or any long term care facility – is about far more than the nursing care we provide. It is about the l…Read More

  6. Saying Goodbye to Barbara Flinn After a Lively 20 Years

    Barbara Flinn, our Cedar Hill activity director extraordinaire, is retiring March 29th after 20 years and 27 days of service. For most of those 20 years, she was the Director of Activities at Cedar Hill Health Care and Victorian House, taking a three-year break to be the Executive Director of the Village at Cedar Hill. Barb won the Health Care Association’s Activity Director of the Year award an…Read More

  7. Cedar Hill Solar Array

    Vermont’s Greenest Retirement Community

    Cedar Hill aims to be Vermont’s greenest retirement community with addition of solar power and electric vehicles Windsor, VT – Up the hill from the main campus of Cedar Hill Health Care Center and the Village at Cedar Hill (known collectively as Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community), a field has filled up with solar panels.   The 501 kW-DC solar photovoltaic (PV) array - which is being built…Read More

  8. The View Newsletter, Winter 2018 Issue

    The View – Cedar Hill Winter 2018 Newsletter

    Welcome to our inaugural issue of “The View,” a new quarterly newsletter from Cedar Hill. We hope you will find this an enjoyable and useful read. Our intention is to improve communication and foster community across our campus. This year, we are celebrating 30 years since our founding by Judy Brogren and Mary Louise Sayles, two middle-aged RNs who loved long-term care and taking care of senio…Read More

  9. Cedar Hill’s Tips On Visiting Aging Parents This Holiday Season

    5 Simple Ways to Assess the Safety & Well-Being of Aging Parents The holidays tend to bring families together to celebrate traditions, enjoy time with one another and reminisce with loved ones. Often these family events come with the recognition that too much time has passed and quite a bit has changed since the last visit. This is especially true for adult children with aging parents. It’s …Read More

  10. How to Make a Memory Box for Residents with Dementia

    Creating a Memory Box for Residents with Dementia For seniors with Alzheimer’s, a memory box helps recall people and events from the past. The residents of our Alzheimer's care facility love being able to look back at memories and keepsakes from their lives! These memories, thought to be lost, can stimulate the senior emotionally and prompt a conversation with loved ones. Something as simple …Read More