1. Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community Receives Multiple State Awards 

    Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community Receives Multiple Statewide Awards For the third year in a row, Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community in Windsor, Vermont is honored to be the recipient of three awards presented by the Vermont Health Care Association. The VHCA is an advocate for quality care and collaboration between Vermont's residential care, nursing, and long-term care communities. The award…Read More

  2. Join our Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Upper Valley 2017

    Join the fight for Alzheimer's first survivor! Our Cedar Hill Forget-Me-Not team will be walking in White River Junction on September 24 for the Walk To End Alzheimer's. We know first hand how cruel this disease is, and we're committed to raising awareness and funds to support Alzheimer's care, support, and research. You can help in two ways: 1 - Join us in the fight against Alzheimer's and walk w…Read More

  3. How Elvis Costello Brought Music to Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community

    How Elvis Costello Brought Music to Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community Generous Donations by Multiple Donors Music is one of the centers of life in all our neighborhoods here at Cedar Hill, but even more so in our Memory Care Centers, where music seems to reawaken the inner spirit in residents with cognitive decline. That's why we are so very grateful to have received an incredibly generous gif…Read More

  4. Free Seminar “Making it Happen: Successfully Transitioning to Assisted Living”

    Free Seminar "Making it Happen: Successfully Transitioning to Assisted Living" The Village at Cedar Hill is pleased to host the next presentation in their popular Speaker Series, “Making it Happen: Successfully Transitioning to Assisted Living”, a panel discussion presented by The Village at Cedar Hill Team: Mary Louise Sayles, Patricia Horn, Melissa Snyder, Sue Spadaro and Denise Vanguilder. …Read More

  5. Free Seminar “Understanding Palliative Care”  

    Presented by Maggie Moore RN, APRN, MSN, Oncology Nurse Practitioner, Mt. Ascutney Hospital Wednesday, June 21, 2017, from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Most people have heard of Hospice Care before but Palliative Care may as well be a foreign word. Palliative Care is care that focuses on making someone's life better by treating symptoms of terminal, chronic, or long-lasting disease or illness. Join us…Read More

  6. 16th Annual Father’s Day Antique Car & Tractor Show

    Sunday, June 18, 2017, 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 Barb Flinn at (802)674-6609 ext. 216 or E-mail: bflinn@cedarhillccc.com Have a classic car? Brin…Read More

  7. Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community Celebrates National Senior Health & Fitness Day®

    24th Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community is thrilled to participate in the 24th annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day® (NSHFD), the nation's largest health promotion event for older adults. To celebrate Older Americans Month, and as part of our ongoing commitment to Senior Wellness, Cedar Hill is proud to host a ve…Read More

  8. Join us for an “Evening in Paris” French Dinner to benefit Windsor High School

    Vous êtes cordialement invités… The Village at Cedar Hill cordially invites you to an “Evening in Paris”, a very special night of music, fine dining and fun to benefit the Windsor High School World Language Program. The festivities begin at 6 pm with drinks, appetizers, and a silent auction with fabulous prizes donated by local businesses, followed by a delicious French dinner prepared by …Read More

  9. Reducing Fall Risk for People with Parkinson's

    Free Seminar: “Reducing Fall Risk in People with Parkinson’s”

    April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month! To celebrate, The Village at Cedar Hill is pleased to host the next presentation in their popular Speaker Series, "Reducing Fall Risk in People with Parkinson's Disease", presented by Diane L. Sherman, PhD, Coordinator, Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Falls are a frequent and hazardous complication of…Read More