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Green Hill Pride

Green Hill Pride

Christine Cuoto, Restorative Aide received recognition for her quality of care from Melanie Naef, daughter of Green House resident, “The bond and trust that Christine has built with Mom and our family is priceless. We call her the Miracle Worker.” “Christine embodies Green Hill’s mission to empower residents, loved ones and committed staff to thrive… read more


Partnering with Encore to Enhance Rehab Care

Partnering with Encore to Enhance Rehab Care

Green Hill partners with Encore Rehabilitation Services to provide exceptional subacute rehabilitative and restorative services to residents in Catered Independent Living, Assisted Living and Skilled Nrsing. Encore Rehabilitation is a premier contract therapy company, offering physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services across the nation. The Green Hill Rehabilitation Department works with residents to enhance… read more


Fall Message From The Executive Director

Fall Message From The Executive Director

The summer flew by and we enter autumn with much to be proud of. Welcome new team members dedicated to Green Hill as the premier senior continuum of care community in our region, with innovative and effective person directed care programs. We have earned top honors for plant operations, especially in the area of unique… read more


High Marks For Our Facilities Teams

High Marks For Our Facilities Teams

Green Hill Congratulates Plant Director Ray Williams and Director of Environmental Services Diane Lambert for their excellence! 2017 marks another stellar year for quality at Green Hill in facilities management. Ray led his team to an overall rating of 99% for courteousness, responsiveness and promptness for maintenance service requests. Overall satisfaction with maintenance is 98%. 99% of… read more


Starting the Conversation about Future Health Needs

Starting the Conversation about Future Health Needs

  Sarah’s parents want to age at home. That’s what they have always told her and her brother Sam. With their 80th birthday celebration planned for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Sarah and Sam have been discussing what may happen if one of their parents got ill or developed dementia. Sarah knows that a detailed discussion… read more


Safe at Home: Senior Safety Tips for Fall Prevention and Other Hazards

Safe at Home: Senior Safety Tips for Fall Prevention and Other Hazards

Ann and Bob love their life of independence. At 85 and 86, respectively, they would like to remain in their home for as long as possible. Lately, Ann has been feeling vulnerable. She heard that seniors have an increased risk of being the target of a crime. She wakes every night to sounds in the… read more


Medication Management Tips for Seniors

Medication Management Tips for Seniors

It seems to Alice that each time she goes to the doctor she is given a new prescription for another ailment. At 85, she knows that she needs some of these pills but doubts she needs all of them. There are so many pill bottles on her counter now with differing doses, combinations and times… read more


Social and Cognitive Activity Benefits Aging Health

Social and Cognitive Activity Benefits Aging Health

Bob constantly amazes his friends with his quick wit and intellect. At 93, he still drives, plays bridge and attends concerts. Bob credits his active lifestyle and cognitive abilities to the word game that he loves. Nearly every day he sits in his favorite chair, picks up a pad of paper and pen, takes a… read more


In-Home Care vs. Assisted Living – Choice, Funding and Cost Comparison

In-Home Care vs. Assisted Living – Choice, Funding and Cost Comparison

Ann knows that she needs support at home for bathing, dressing, cooking, housework and keeping up with her medications, as her arthritis can make her immobile some days. Ann has also been extremely lonely since her husband passed away. She pays for a service to mow her lawn and shovel the snow but there is… read more


The Need for Caregiver Support

The Need for Caregiver Support

Supporting the Family Caregiver John is exhausted. He has a highly stressful career and a wife and three children to support. Each day, after on his return from work, he stops by his mother Shirley’s house to feed her dinner and help her get ready for bed. Then he heads home where his wife Barbara… read more