The Nathaniel Witherell Blog

News! The Witherell welcomes aboard a new Finance Director and Food Service Director

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

We’re thrilled to welcome two seasoned executives to the Nathaniel Witherell’s management team: W. Thomas Ellis of Norwalk, CT, a former investment banker, has joined as Director of Finance, and Craig Dumont, RD, of Wolcott, CT, was named Director of Food Service. In his new position, Tom will oversee all aspects of financial operations, and…

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New! ‘Witherell at Home’ Offers At-Home Care for Our Short-Term Residents

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Now at The Nathaniel Witherell we’re pleased to offer a new service to support the Greenwich seniors we serve—Witherell At Home, which is in-home care for our newly discharged short-term rehabilitation residents. The new service comes through a partnership with DanielCare Caring Choice, LLC, a leading home care organization serving the Fairfield County community. “We…

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A Fond Farewell to Two Nathaniel Witherell Icons!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Saying “goodbye” is never easy. But saying goodbye to two treasured colleagues – Lynn Bausch, RN, our director of nursing, and Mary Bruce, therapeutic recreation director, is even more challenging. Over a combined 70+ years, the two have inspired excellence and shaped our culture in the most amazing and far-reaching ways. In her 32 years…

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Thanks to Our Supporters, Fairfield County Giving Day Was a Big Success!

Donations | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

On Thursday, March 1st, Fairfield County residents were inspired to give where they live during the one-day Fairfield County Giving drive. We at the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell are pleased to thank our supporters and report that we raised nearly $5,000 in donations in one day! During the online giving event, 103 individuals donated to…

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When Love Blooms: Navigating New Senior Connections

Alzheimer's | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

When elderly parents or spouses enter a skilled nursing facility, they are bound to form new friendships. But what happens when that friendship blossoms into something more? As new romantic relationships form between elderly adults, spouses and adult children can feel betrayed and concerned. If their loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or…

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