The Village at Cedar Hill hosts Free Presentation

The Village at Cedar Hill is pleased to host the next presentation in their popular Speaker Series,

“Stroke Awareness for Stroke Survivors, Family Members, and Caregivers”The Village At Cedar Hill Speaker Series

presented by Michael G. Denmeade, Director of the Therapeutic Recreation Department, Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center.

Topics to be covered include:MAHlogo2_0

  • What is a stroke?
  • What is the prevalence of stroke in the U.S.?
  • What are the effects of a stroke physically, mentally, emotionally and financially?
  • What are the risk factors for stroke?
  • What can we do to reduce the risk of stroke?

Mr. Denmeade is a nationally certified therapeutic recreation specialist, with a bachelor of science in recreational therapy. He is also a certified brain injury specialist, has presented at Vermont’s Annual Brain Injury and Stroke Conference, and is dedicated to improving care for patients recovering from stroke and traumatic brain injuries.

Following the presentation there will be time for questions or comments, led by Michael Denmeade.


Closeup of a lecturer speaking to a group of business people

August 27th, 2015 at 10 a.m.



Refreshments will be served

Reservations are suggested:  RSVP:  Call 802-674-2254 or  Email:

Visitors are invited to view 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 on site to provide additional information as requested.

The Village at Cedar Hill Speaker Series will continue throughout the rest of 2015,  with a presentation on Parkinson’s Disease  on September 23rd, and Advanced Care Planning  October 2th,  and Spiritual Support in November.

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 executive experienced in running long-term care administration.