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Summer Fun at Green Hill

Summer Fun at Green Hill

Each August Green Hill residents spend a week traveling the world with daily events full of music, performances, art and food. Trip week 2016 took residents traveling through Key West, Puerto Rico and Jamaica with specialty food and drinks, dancers, a wild animal show, a summertime sing along, and a concert on steel drums. View… read more


Toni’s Tips: Earthing

Toni’s Tips: Earthing

By Toni Lynn Davis MHA, CNHA, FACHCA, Executive Director/President Green Hill Inc. Have you ever thought about why you feel so good after walking on the beach, lying down in the grass, working in the garden or swimming in an outdoor body of water? Yes, you might say it is a result of being outdoors,… read more


Drilling Down on Dementia: The Power of Touch

Drilling Down on Dementia: The Power of Touch

By Toni Lynn Davis MHA, CNHA, FACHCA, Executive Director/President Green Hill Inc. One of the most rewarding aspects of the person directed care that we provide at Green Hill for our residents and their caregivers, is the integration of touch into daily life. This concept is true at all levels of care at Green Hill…. read more


Green Hill Inc. Hosts West Orange Chamber of Commerce

Green Hill hosted the West Orange Chamber of Commerce for the summer networking meeting on July 13th.  As a decades-long member of the WOCC Green Hill is committed to the Chamber mission of working with local business leaders to  share ideas, make connections and keep West Orange business strong and thriving. Left to Right: Susan… read more


Toni Shares Green House Insight for the Green House Project

  Green Hill’s Toni Lynn Davis, MHA, CNHA, FACHCA, Executive Director/ President was featured in seven profound segments at The Green House® Project conference. Visit The Green House Project You Tube page to watch Toni share her thoughts and experiences on how to give unhurried care to seniors, sustaining the Green House model over time… read more


Redefining elderly care: elegant suburban homes are more hotel than hospital

Originally posted by The Guardian You could almost mistake it for a student house-share. Ten bedrooms, a gaggle of residents hanging out in the living room, exotic smells coming from the kitchen and pullout couches for people to stay the night. But the fridges are stocked with fruit juice instead of cheap beer; the only… read more


5th Annual Green House Block Party at Green Hill

5th Annual Green House Block Party at Green Hill

The 5th Annual Green House Block Party was held in the Green House ‘neighborhood’ at Green Hill in West Orange on Tuesday June 14th.  There was a wonderful turnout of residents, family and friends enjoying the beautiful weather, delicious food and great conversation. Staff and friends pitched in to make the 5th annual event another… read more


Death Should Be Openly Discussed With Loved Ones

By Toni Lynn Davis MHA, CNHA, FACHCA Death and dying is a topic that is taboo for many people. End of life directives and care wishes are not often facilitated due to the reticence of people to think about life’s end for themselves or their loved ones. If one should be so lucky as to… read more


Green Hill 150th Anniversary Recognized by West Orange Chamber of Commerce

Green Hill 150th Anniversary Recognized by West Orange Chamber of Commerce

Last night Green Hill Inc. was recognized by the West Orange Chamber of Commerce for achieving 150 years of service to seniors in New Jersey at the Crestmont Country Club during the WOCC Annual Awards Dinner. The recognition was presented to Executive Director/President Toni Lynn Davis MHA, CHHA, FACHCA by the Honorable Susan McCartney, President… read more


Drilling Down on Dementia

Drilling Down on Dementia

By Toni Lynn Davis MHA, CNHA, FACHCA President/Executive Director Green Hill Inc. Whether one is newly diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s, or if the symptoms have progressed to the middle stages, patients and caregivers have found respite in spending time in activity with people who face the same challenges as they do. With cases of… read more