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The Village at Cedar Hill is pleased to host the next free seminar in their popular Speaker Series:

“Pills – Too Much of a Good Thing?” on medication management presented by Christopher S. Allen, MD, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
  • How do you know if a medicine is helping you or hurting you?
  • When can you stop a medicine you are taking?
  • What are “safe” medicines and “high risk” medicines?

Dr. Allen is a family physician who has worked in VT for more than 30 years, with a long-time focus on care of elderly people, especially at home and in long term care settings. He has worked with Mt. Ascutney Hospital, helping develop an outreach practice to local LTC facilities, and now works with DHMC Community Geriatric Practice.

Following the presentation there will be time for questions or comments. Refreshments will be served. Admission is FREE.


Tuesday, December 15 at 10:00am
The Village at Cedar Hill
92 Cedar Hill Drive, Windsor, VT (Off RT. 5)

 Reservations are suggested.  To RSVP, Call 802-674-2254, Email:

Visitors are invited to tour the newly opened expansion of The Village, where we have added 20 Independent and Assisted Living Apartments and a State-of-the-Art 20-bed Memory Care Center. Village and Cedar Hill staff will be available to provide additional information.

The Village at Cedar Hill Speaker Series will continue in 2016, with a presentation on  Beating the Winter Blues on January 19.

Cedar Hill and the Village at Cedar Hill, is a family-owned and operated senior community, providing a supportive and comfortable home to seniors in all stages of life. Cedar Hill Continuing Care was founded in 1988 by Mary Louise Sayles, a registered nurse and licensed nursing home administrator with many years of experience in long term care administration. Mary Louise’s daughter Patricia Horn, who is also a licensed nursing home administrator, is currently the Community Administrator.

Cedar Hill recently achieved its 3rd Deficiency-Free Survey in four years from the State of Vermont Division of Licensing and Protection, Department of Disabilities, Aging, Independent Living (DAIL). – Learn more: