1. 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

  2. Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group

    Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group

    Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group The first Tuesday of each month from 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Presented by: Alzheimer’s Association Vermont Chapter Community Facilitators Hosted by The Village at Cedar Hill Senior Living Center Facilitators: Cathy Connors, LPN  The Village at Cedar Hill Brandie Armstrong, BS Psychology  The Village at Cedar Hill Mark Boutwell, Senior Solutions Area Agency on Ag…Read More

  3. 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

  4. winter-blues

    Top 5 Tips on How To Beat the Winter Blues

    It's that time of year - the grey days of mid-winter. As part of our ongoing "Caring for the Caregiver" month of January, the folks at our senior living center wanted to take a moment to offer our own tips for Beating the Winter Blues. Seasonal depression can make it hard to motivate yourself to make changes, but there are plenty of steps you can take to help yourself feel better. Recovery takes t…Read More

  5. Cedar Hill’s Tips On Visiting Aging Parents This Holiday

    5 SIMPLE WAYS TO ASSESS THE SAFETY AND 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 no…Read More