1. Estate Planning Made Easy

    Free Seminar: Estate Planning Made Easy

    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. Estate planning is not just for the super wealthy - nearly everyone who owns any kind of property has an estate. Your estate is comprised of everything you own— your car, home, other real estate, bank accounts, inves…Read More

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Farm-to-table Approach Keeps Local Ingredients on the Menu

    By TORY DENIS Special to the Eagle Times WINDSOR, Vt. — Surrounded by farmland, the river, and the rolling slopes of Mount Ascutney, Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community is the perfect setting to incorporate locally-grown foods into their menus. With a farm-to-table approach that includes local sourcing, they do just that, bringing a variety of local, seasonal foods into the community’s kitch…Read More

  7. 30 Years of Cedar Hill – Day 7 – The Continuing Care Vision Expands

    2009-2015 – The Continuing Care Vision Expands Cedar Hill had always provided memory care services for its community members in Victorian House and at Teddy’s Place. The secure units in the existing buildings were effective but offered limited space and amenities to patients with advanced memory care needs. “It is important that people in individual and assisted living continue enjoying the…Read More

  8. The Village at Cedar Hill Hosts Veteran’s Day Luncheon

    More than a dozen veterans gathered at a very special luncheon hosted at the Village at Cedar Hill on November 9 to celebrate Veteran's Day, commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day, and to receive the gratitude of the community for their service. Ruth Barton, Village Activities Director, organized the event, bringing together the Veterans who live at the Village with the local American …Read More

  9. 30 Years of Cedar Hill – Day 6 – Dream Becomes Reality – The Village

    1999 – The Assisted Living Dream Becomes a Reality By September of 1999, Mary Louise and Judith obtained their second HUD-insured loan, enabling them to begin work on the independent and assisted living area. The plans that were developed by Paul Biebel and Paul Carroll in 1994 were used to construct The Village in a seven month period. The builders removed the barn, swimming pool, and airplane …Read More

  10. 30 Years of Cedar Hill – Day 5 – 30 Years of Schoolchildren & Seniors

    1989- 2018 – Thirty Years of Schoolchildren and Seniors We began bringing local schoolchildren and seniors together on our very first Halloween back in 1988, and the tradition continues to this day. Through our Adopt-a-Grandparent program, kindergarten through eighth-grade students from local schools are given the opportunity to "adopt" a resident as a “grandparent.” These young people bui…Read More