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.
Feb 12, 2015

Helping victims of Elder Abuse

The Shalom Center provides a safe haven for individuals over the age of 65 who are victims of abuse, including a full range of health care and supportive services and a coordinated system of care. 

Many individuals do not realize that they are being abused by a love one until it is too late.  Financial account information may be compromised and the victim no longer has access to his or her money and this makes it harder to leave an abusive situation.  

Funds raised for the Shalom Center are used to offset costs incurred for medical care, social services, nursing care, therapy, and other necessary items.  Often, elder abuse victims arrive at Cedar Village with only the clothes they are wearing.  Your donation will help provide those in need with items they need to begin their life again.

Jan 7, 2015

Resident chooses a special outing

One resident’s request during the holidays was to go to the Cincinnati Zoo to see the Holiday Lights.  Going to the zoo during the winter months was a family tradition and she wanted to go one last time.  After the trip, she told stories about her childhood and how her family would go to the Cincinnati Zoo as a family during the holidays.  Providing meaningful personal experiences to those at the end of life is important.

Individuals who are receiving Cedar Village Hospice care will often request to do something special.  Requests have included an outing to go bowling at a local bowling alley for an afternoon, going out to a restaurant for a special meal and attending a play at a theater in town.  Our goal is to make it possible to provide meaningful experiences for our residents at all times in their lives. 

Please consider a donation to Ensuring the Highest Quality End of Life Care to help make it possible to bring our residents to special outings which bring cheer and meaning to residents.

Jan 6, 2015

Residents receive gifts for the hoildays

Cedar Village has created a fund to make wishes come true for our residents including each resident living in the Health Care Center receiving a special holiday gift.  Gifts were distributed by volunteers during Hanukkah and on Mitzvah Day. 

We had seven volunteers, juniors and seniors from Mason High School who came right to Cedar Village after finishing their exams for the semester, for wrapping the gifts. Those gifts were then distributed to the residents throughout Cedar Village. 

One volunteer said, “I really enjoyed going into each room and visiting with the residents and passing out the gifts to the residents individually. They really enjoyed receiving a new blanket, a necklace, a new sweater or a new hat.”

 
   

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