Long-Term Care

Residents In the Spotlight: Author & Illustrator, Carolyn Moynihan

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

From Kipling to Emerson, writers have long found inspiration for their tales from nature. For Carolyn Moynihan—author, artist, and Nathaniel Witherell resident—inspiration struck when a chipmunk skittered across her path while on a walk with her daughter. From that encounter, an idea for a children’s book series was born. Carolyn wrote the first in the…

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The Witherell Adds New Physiatrist Service to Enhance Recovery and Well-Being

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

A “physiatrist” is a physician not be confused with a “psychiatrist” or a “physicist.” A physiatrist is a doctor who helps patients recover faster from an injury or surgery by maximizing their physical and psychological potential. They use a variety of techniques to help minimize pain that can include exercise, injections, medication, prosthetics, physical therapy…

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The Arts are Alive at the Witherell!

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From landscape and pottery painting to photo exhibits and artist lectures—the arts are an important part of life at the Nathaniel Witherell. Our community is home to several former artists, and we’re a place where budding creative talent is nurtured. Our therapeutic arts program is robust. Residents can participate in hands-on arts projects, or can…

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The Witherell Gets an Update: Historic Charm With Modern Amenities

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Nathaniel Witherell holds a cherished spot in Greenwich history. But history aside, delivering the utmost comfort to our residents is our top priority. So, we recently undertook a substantial renovation project to further enhance our historic property with modern updates. The result will be a campus…

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A Greenwich Treasure Makes His Home at the Witherell

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If you grew up in Greenwich, chances are you’ve sat in Tony Sciarrillo’s chair at Tony’s Barber Shop, where for 68 years, the shop was a fixture in Chickahominy. It’s where Greenwich guys headed for a shave or a haircut. It’s also where they brought their sons for their first cut. It’s where Tony held court….

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