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Published on Thursday, October 8th, 2020.
From the desk of Susan Whipple, CEO/Administrator, The Cedars While It seems like the distant past, it was exactly a year ago in October that The Cedars was honored to receive The Silver Award from the American Health Care Association. I was extremely proud of my staff as I crossed the stage that day to accept the award on our behalf. I had no idea then that I could feel even prouder. This…. Read More
Published on Wednesday, May 6th, 2020.
Hello, all Family Members, For this Mother’s Day we are honoring our Mom’s. We have made Personalized Mother’s Day Tee Signs to put up in the front of ourfacility. Due to the Pandemic we are not allowing flowers or cards from outside the facility to keep our residents safe. We thought this would be a nice way to have families come and write a message on the tee sign to…. Read More
Published on Thursday, April 16th, 2020.
It’s hard to believe that only a few short months ago, we were celebrating and jitterbugging away at our 50th anniversary party. Several people mentioned that night how much love was in the room. It was clear to see. Love rooted in years of working as a team to care for our residents and patients, yet so much more. Over the years, we became more than colleagues. We grew into…. Read More
Published on Saturday, March 21st, 2020.
A Prescription for Kindness During Chaos Last week at a local T.J. Maxx an older woman was checking out. She had a bad cough. Suddenly, the woman next in line began to berate her for coming out in public with all her germs. The first woman turned around and started yelling back that it’s a “free country” and she can go wherever she wanted. True story. How We Act is…. Read More
Published on Monday, March 9th, 2020.
March 9, 2020 Dear Cedars Community, As we reported to you last week, at The Cedars our greatest concern is ensuring that our residents, patients, and staff are in the safest and healthiest environment possible. Currently, we remain free of any COVID-19 (the new coronavirus). Our administrative staff has actively participated in two teleconference meetings with medical professionals at the RI Department of Health and most nursing homes in RI….. Read More
Published on Thursday, February 6th, 2020.
Nursing home employees by their nature are often people who others consider to be compassionate people. They may have experienced suffering in their own lives and can relate it to others, especially to their residents and patients. This strong affinity with those who are in pain or suffering often draws people into a profession of helping others. Most derive great emotional satisfaction from it. Compassion is word many of us…. Read More
Published on Wednesday, February 5th, 2020.
Cranston, RI – January 11, 2020 – It was a roaring great time at the swanky 50th Anniversary Celebration for Cedar Crest Nursing Centre held this January at Alpine Country Club. Embracing the boisterous prosperity associated with the 1920s, hundreds of guests vamped it up dressed as glamorous flappers and dapper dans. From boas and bobs for the ladies to caps and fedoras for the guys, everyone felt the party…. Read More
Published on Wednesday, January 1st, 2020.
We Are Family: Cedar Crest Celebrates 50 Years! “Here’s what we call our golden rule Have faith in you And the things you do You won’t go wrong with this” Sister Sledge. Lyrics to “We are Family” Happy Birthday Cedar Crest! Trying to sum up fifty years in a few sentences is challenging. This half-century birthday is a significant milestone, for a person or a business. As Cedar Crest’s owner…. Read More
Published on Friday, September 6th, 2019.
“For it is in giving that we receive” Francis of Assisi Dear Friends, There’s still time to join us for the 25th Annual Pat Pezzelli Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the children of St. Dominique/Pat Pezzelli Memorial School in Marigot Haiti! This event is already the largest, longest running tournament at Kirkbrae Country Club and this year’s event is the largest ever with a week to go! The tournament is sponsored by Providence Haiti Outreach. The…. Read More
Published on Friday, May 10th, 2019.
To Cedar Nurses Last night I had the pleasure of attending the Rhode Island College Nursing Program Pinning as my niece became an RN. Sitting there listening to speakers describing life situations that they all have experienced from delivering babies to holding someone passing and the fulfillment they’ve received in knowing they’ve made a difference made me very proud. Proud not only that my niece had chosen this field but…. Read More