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Craig Hutchins

Craig Hutchins wins “Caring Spirit” Award!

A Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) and shift supervisor, Hutchins is known for his smile and flexibility around the needs and wants of the residents. His willingness to work as a member of the team for the best quality of care and an excellent work environment for his co-workers is demonstrated on a daily basis. In everything Craig does, his attention to detail, his caring attitude towards residents and his dedication to the highest possible level of care and quality of life proves the commitment he has for the individuals he serves. more »

trail volunteer

Sometimes you just have to get creative

We are lucky here at Cedar Sinai Park to have a beautiful wooded trail on our campus. Located just behind Rose Schnitzer Manor is the Al Lewis Legacy trail, a quarter-mile interpretive path enjoyed by neighbors, staff, residents and their families – especially in the good old summer time more »

Olive Eng

Resident Artist: Olive Eng

When it came time to retire, Olive moved north to Portland and moved into the Rose Schnitzer Manor. She began dabbling in painting, taking collage and water color classes at the Multnomah Art Center (MAC). Over time, Olive really began to develop her distinctive style of art using a blend of paint — both acrylic and water color — colored papers, print material and other mixed media. more »


Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s

Kelly will discuss the myths associated with Alzheimer’s and the benefits of early detection. She will also explore new treatment options and lifestyle changes that can curb the progression of dementia. more »

Holding Hands with Elderly Patient

It Takes a Village: Caregiver Support Group

Caring for a family member – whether in your home, their home or in another care setting – can be very stressful. Even if you do not provide hands-on care, you may struggle with a lack of privacy, sleep deprivation, feelings of anger, guilt or depression, or an overwhelming sense of responsibility for the well-being of your loved one. more »