1. 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

  2. Windsor nursing home residents and staff pose together on artwork outing

    Local Seniors Take Over Springfield Art Gallery This August

    By Liz Smith One of the first sights welcoming visitors to the Judith Brogren Memory Care Center at Cedar Hill is the artwork splashed over the cheerful yellow walls. The artwork - lovingly crafted by the center’s residents – is currently featured in the Open Wall room at the Gallery at the VAULT in Springfield, VT. The Gallery at the VAULT (Visual Art Using Local Talent) show – titled  “…Read More

  3. staff pose as letters of love at senior living community in Windsor

    The Longest Day

    by Liz Smith On the summer solstice, the residents and staff of the Judith Brogren Memory Care Center at Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community welcomed the beginning of summer by celebrating The Longest Day.  The Longest Day is an annual event headed by the Alzheimer’s Association that encourages people across the country to participate in an activity they love in honor of a loved one who may h…Read More

  4. Staff from assisted living center in Windsor hold up awards

    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

  5. Beautiful residents of Windsor retirement community smile together

    6 Ways to Celebrate Senior Citizens’ Day

    The elderly population of the world is huge and expected to just keep on growing. By 2025, experts estimate that there will be over one billion people over 65. Because of their experience, expertise, and dedication to life, these people deserve to be recognized for the achievements. Luckily, August 21 is Senior Citizens Day, a national holiday intended to honor and show appreciation for the olde…Read More

  6. Lois in the Garden

    New Video – Rhapsody of Flowers: June in Lois’ Gardens

      At Cedar Hill we are incredibly lucky to have the most talented team of landscapers and gardeners, led by Lois Bromley-Ellison. They have created a tapestry of color all over our grounds and have made it one of the most beautiful retirement community campuses in the Northeast. The gardens are always lovely, but never more so than in June, when the Irises explode with color. Here's a little …Read More

  7. Profile of an Exemplary Mother

    Profile of an Exemplary Mother – A Mother’s Day Story Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1910 as a day to pay tribute to mothers, both living and deceased. The holiday was spearheaded by Anna Marie Jarvis, whose mother was a model of strength, independence, and benevolence. The holiday continues today to provide an opportunity for children to cherish their mothers. It is also an opportunit…Read More