Cedar Village

Our mission is to provide residents of the Greater Cincinnati community with the highest quality healthcare, senior residential and community services, in keeping with Jewish values. Our vision is that aging will be a fulfilling and enriching experience for older adults and their families and our work is focused on that objective.
Jan 6, 2015

Residents enjoy making jewelry together

Our residents’ lives continue to be enriched at Cedar Village.  Popular classes include jewelry making, ceramics, and flower arranging.  They participate in the bell choir, music therapy sessions, and the Cedar Village Choir.

Recently, residents enjoyed attending a jewelry class.  Participants made a piece of jewelry that they could use for every day wear and another piece that they could use to wear for special events.   They worked with the instructor to design their piece which included all sizes of beads and colors.  Some participants worked with pastel colors to compliment their style while others selected darker colors for their winter choices.

Your donation will allow participants to continue making their jewelry together.

Jan 6, 2015

Opening Minds Through Art Reaches Seniors

     Working with volunteer partners, residents have created beautiful works of art in a variety of mediums.  The Opening Minds Through Art (OMA) program allows 30 residents with varying stages of dementia to express themselves through art.  A highlight of each semester’s OMA Program is the opening of the art exhibit including a dinner for the artists, their family members and volunteers followed by an opportunity to proudly show their loved ones the masterpieces they have created. 

      The next session will begin on February 19th. A voluntee with the project said, “I love working with my partner on her art projects. She is so proud of the work that she has done in our classes together.”

  Your donation to the OMA Program will be used to purchase art supplies for the talented artists.

Dec 16, 2014

One candle for Tzedakak

The mission of Cedar Village is to make aging an enriching and fulfilling experience.  Providing the opportunity for our seniors to continue an active role as leaders in the community is just one manner in which we as staff members can trulyhonor our father and mother.

Cedar Village has a successful program of engaging residents as volunteers in community service.  Chesed Corpsis a resident-driven initiative that involves both weekly and monthly acts of community service and truly exemplifies the meaning of performing a good deed. 

The Chesed Corps is currently collecting gifts for one candle for Tzedakah. Tzedakah means charitable giving. The gifts will help families who are unable to purchase gifts for their children for the holidays. 

“I think volunteering gives you a great deal of satisfaction, joy and peace.  I can’t tell you the feeling of success that we feel being a part of such wonderful projects,” said Helen.   

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