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350 Lodge Road
Facility License: 1008
Caretypes Provided: Assisted Living, Independent Living, Alzheimer’s Memory Care
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The Residence at Otter Creek provides comfortable, assisted living for seniors in the town of Middlebury, Addison County, Vermont. The town, which also houses Middlebury College and numerous tourist attractions, such as coverage bridges, vineyards and a historic downtown, offers a picturesque and tranquil setting for The Residence at Otter Creek community members as well as their visiting family.Those who stay at The Residence at Otter Creek will benefit from the expertise and thoughtful care of the around-the-clock staff, and smiles are always free of charge. The trained staff prides itself on providing residents with the opportunity to live life independently while their family members can find comfort in the knowledge that their loved one has access to caring, compassionate service in a variety of ways.On top of providing memory care and assistance for residents living with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, the staff and community at The Residence at Otter Creek combine to offer an extensive list of amenities, including:Exercise classes, swimming pool and trips to the Ralph Myhre Golf Course at nearby Middlebury CollegeMeals diligently prepared with local ingredients, served outdoors on the patio when the weather permitsThe opportunity to enjoy gardening, wildflowers and beekeeping without leaving the beautifully manicured groundsHelp with a wide range of everyday duties, including barbering and hair dressingThe ability to experience new technologies such as video chatting, which can prove useful for residents with distant family membersOne visit to The Residence at Otter Creek is often all it takes for a prospective resident to realize that the space feels like home.
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When: 12/2/2016 at 3:30 pm until 4:30 pm
Where: The Residence at Otter Creek 350 Lodge Road Middlebury, VT 05753
Please join us and get to know Laurie L. Patton, President of Middlebury College. Laurie is an authority on South Asian history, culture and religion. She is the author or editor of nine books and more than 50 articles in the field, and has translated the classical Sanskrit text, The Bhagavad Gita. Laurie earned her B.A. from Harvard University, and her Ph. D. from the University of Chicago. Event is free and open to the public. RSVP's are appreciated. Handicap accessible
Contact: Connie Leach, at 802-388-1220
When: 12/4/2016 at 2 pm until 3 pm
Formed in front of the fire on a winter's night in 1990, Woodchucks' Revenge brings together as a performing group three friends who have combined their lifelong love of music to offer their audiences an eclectic and refreshing mix of traditional and contemporary folksongs played with spirit and an old time country sensibility. Event is free and open to the public. RSVP's are appreciated. Handicap accessible.
When: 12/9/2016 at 11 am until 12 pm
This class is specifically designed for people who wish to continue moving dynamically as the body adapts to the aging process. It’s about encouraging range of motion, postural stability, and strength through creative and fun movement. Each of us will be encouraged to participate at our own rate and pace, and adapt movements to meet our own needs. This class could redefine your relationship with key elements of exercising after fifty.
Taught by M Sara McMahon, MA, FlynnArts Faculty member, who has been involved in the research, teaching, and performing of movement for over 35 years. She has extensive training in Modern Dance, Body Mind Dancing® and Dance for PD®. . In addition to teaching and performance of movement she maintains a private practice as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Clinician.
Wear comfortable clothing. Light snack and water provided. Event is free and open to the public. RSVP's are appreciated. Handicap accessible
When: 12/9/2016 at 3:30 pm until 4:30 pm
Joseph Battell, born in Middlebury in 1839, left a grand imprint on the town, county, and state. Farmer, land baron, Bread Loaf Innkeeper, Morgan horse breeder, newspaper publisher, State House gadfly, crusader for causes both noble and lost, Battell was the quintessential lonely man in a crowd. His fascinating life is appraised by author and Middlebury College senior lecturer David Howard Bain. Bain has followed, “The Baron of Bread Loaf” for 35 years and produced a well-illustrated slide lecture for Battell’s death centennial in 2015.
David Haward Bain has taught creative writing at Middlebury College for nearly 30 years, and has been affiliated with the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference in various niches for 36 years. His books include "Empire Express: Building the First Transcontinental Railroad," and "Bitter Waters."
When: 12/15/2016 at 4:30 pm until 5:30 pm
Are you a caregiver for, or a loved one of a person living with dementia? Please join us for an experience that will help you understand how it feels to manage the many challenges it presents. Allow our Certified Dementia Practitioners to take you through an experience to better create a positive environment for those with dementia. We will guide you through the challenges of compromised vision, hearing and dexterity which all affect cognition. In collaboration with Harvard Medical School and Brigham & Women's Hospital. Event is free and open to the public. RSVP's are appreciated. Handicap accessible.
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