1. Fun Ways to Spend Time With Your Elderly Loved Ones

    One of the most common questions we get from the families of our residents is “How can I better support or care for my senior loved ones?” It’s a great question with lots of equally great answers. However, the one answer we find that our residents agree on the most is to simply receive the gift of time! Here at Cedar Hill, we always welcome families to come visit our residents whenever they…Read More

  2. The View – Cedar Hill Fall 2019 Newsletter

    Highlights of The Fall 2019 Issue include: Farm-to-Table Dining at Cedar Hill Letter from the co-owners, Mary Louise Sayles and Patricia Horn Field Trips to Tall Ship at Portsmouth, Lake Sunapee cruise, Butterfly Conservatory, and more  Top 10 Holiday gift ideas Memory Care Center news Do I have arthritis? Save the Dates Quite frequently, we have families who come to tour Cedar Hill looking to fi…Read More

  3. 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s

    We want to thank everyone who supported us on The Walk to End Alzheimer's. We had our biggest team yet this year, and you all helped us reach our goal! We don't have to stop there, though. If you missed the walk you can still support our cause - join us and lead the way to Alzheimer's first survivor. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s disease! Here's the link to our team page: http://act.alz.org/g…Read More

  4. 7 Tips For Choosing A Memory Care Center in Vermont

    Look for a peaceful atmosphere. If your loved one is dealing with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias, they need a place that offers social activities and amenities — but they also need a place that has plenty of tranquil, quiet areas. Whether it’s private and muted interior spaces or secure outdoor spaces, access to peace and quiet can be a healthy addition to the lives of those with m…Read More

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. Staff and resident pose at life in memory care in Vermont

    Life in a Vermont Memory Care Facility: Myths and Facts

    The idea of putting a loved one in a Long-Term Care Facility, especially a memory care facility, can be a daunting experience. You probably have heard many things from many different sources, some of which may be scary and overwhelming. At Cedar Hill’s Judith Brogren Memory Care Center, located on the ground level of the newly-renovated Village at Cedar Hill, we strive to create a positive, lovi…Read More

  8. Free Seminar "Managing Diabetes: It’s About Choices"

    The Village at Cedar Hill is pleased to host the next free seminar in their popular Speaker Series: "Managing Diabetes: It’s About Choices" Tips and Tools to help you choose to live well with diabetes, presented by Virginia Quinn, RD, CDE Certified Diabetes Educator, Valley Regional Hospital in Claremont, NH and Mt. Ascutney Hospital in Windsor, VT. Join us for an engaging conversation where you…Read More

  9. Free Seminar “Alzheimer’s Disease:  What You Need to Know”

    The Village at Cedar Hill is pleased to host the next free seminar in their popular Speaker Series: “Alzheimer’s Disease: What You Need to Know” presented by Jean Szilva, M.D., University of Vermont College of Medicine Many older people forget someone’s name or misplace things from time to time. This kind of forgetfulness is normal. But, forgetting how to get home, getting confused in pl…Read More

  10. The Village at Cedar Hill Achieves Deficiency-Free Survey

    The Staff of the Village The Village at Cedar Hill Achieves Deficiency-Free Survey! Cedar Hill's Fourth in Four Years On February 2, 2016, Surveyors from the State of Vermont Division of Licensing and Protection, Department of Disabilities, Aging, Independent Living were at the Village at Cedar Hill to perform their annual survey of their Assisted Living and Memory Care Assisted Living Center. Af…Read More