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Green Hill President and Executive Director Invited to Speak to Colleagues

As Executive Director and President of Green Hill Inc., Toni Lynn Davis, an Executive Board Member of LeadingAge, NJ, a former representative on the Senior Advisory Committee for US Representative Bill Pascrell, Jr., a Board member of the New Jersey Culture Change Coalition, and a NJBiz Healthcare Hero, has become a sought after speaker on… read more


March: National Nutrition Month

March: National Nutrition Month

March may be National Nutrition Month but every month is nutrition and taste month at Green Hill. Along with following a program of healthy choices and physical activity for elders at Green Hill, fun and tasty dining programs are offered. During March in celebration of National Nutrition Month, the Green Hill dining room featured “Taste… read more


Lots of Green in Green Hill on St. Patrick’s Day

Lots of Green in Green Hill on St. Patrick’s Day

March 20, 2015 West Orange, New Jersey – Everyone was Irish for a day on St. Patrick’s Day, Tuesday March 17th, at Green Hill in West Orange. Festivities festooned with shamrocks, clover, green bowler hats and fresh spring flowers were held throughout the Legacy building, and in each of the The Villas at Green Hill…. read more


Pet Therapy at Green Hill Brings Out The Kid In Everyone

Pet Therapy at Green Hill Brings Out The Kid In Everyone

March 9, 2015, West Orange, New Jersey – When pet friends join residents for fun and socialization at Green Hill it brings out the kid in elders and staff alike. On Tuesday March 8th therapy dog Lady, escorted by activities staffer Karen Gyetvay, visited with elders in the nursing and assisted living departments. Lady is… read more


Students from China Visit Residents at Green Hill

Students from China Visit Residents at Green Hill

Wednesday, March 4, 2015, West Orange, NJ: On Tuesday February 17th, Chinese students participating in the ERDT enVision program visited with elders at Green Hill Inc., in West Orange, New Jersey. ERDT enVision sponsors students from universities across the globe in an effort to “strengthen our global community through cross-cultural learning and living.” The envision… read more


Green Hill Wins Best of Assisted Living Award from SeniorAdvisor.com

Green Hill Wins Best of Assisted Living Award from SeniorAdvisor.com

Green Hill Retirement Community – West Orange, NJ was presented with a 2015 Best of Assisted Living Award for receiving consistently high ratings from residents and their families in the past year on SeniorAdvisor.com, the premier ratings and reviews site for senior care and services nationwide. Now in its second year, the SeniorAdvisor.com Best of… read more


December Super Food: Apples

By Chesney Blue, RN Apples alone won’t keep the doctor away, but they can be a step in the right direction. Apples are delicious, low in calories, a natural mouth freshener and full of fiber, and other health promoting nutrients. To get more fiber in your diet, don’t peel the skins off of the apple…. read more


Advice on Aging: Holiday Time Not Always Jolly for Seniors

By Toni Lynn Davis MHA, CNHA, FACHCA “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” That is how the song goes and for many of us holiday time is a most wonderful time. Yet, studies show that holiday time also sees a rise in depression among people of all ages. Some of the known causes… read more


Holiday Care for your Senior Citizen

By Toni Lynn Davis MHA, CNHA, FACHCA The winter holidays are designed for children and the child inside each of us. Our cities, streets and homes are festooned with bright lights and shiny objects. Holiday music is played in stores, on elevators, on public transportation. People bustle about shopping for presents, cooking, baking and preparing…. read more


November Superfood: Winter Squash

November Superfood: Winter Squash

Winter squash is a warm-season vegetable that can be grown in most of the country. It differs from summer squash in that it is harvested and eaten in the mature fruit stage, when the seeds within have matured fully and the skin has hardened into a tough rind. When ripened to this stage fruits of… read more