October 18, 2022

Ordering Your Affairs
with Cynthia Stadler, APRN, MSN, CHPN

Gathering important documents and information in one place is a profound gift to our loved ones in the event we become unable to manage our affairs on our own. This talk focuses on how to begin to prepare our documents and important information, as well as consider personal possessions and relationships as an act of love for those who will survive us.

Cynthia is an APRN, Certified in Hospice and Palliative Care, who has worked with Bayada Hospice since 2012. Prior to dedicating herself to caring for those at the end of life, she practiced over 21 years as a Nurse-Midwife and has assisted more than 500 new lives into the world.  Cynthia holds a BA in art history from Grinnell College, a BSN from Creighton University, an MSN in Midwifery from the University of Pennsylvania and a Post-Master’s Certificate in Hospice and Palliative from the Shiley Institute at California State University. She was raised in New Jersey, but gratefully settled in Vermont to raise her family.  She has two adult children and lives in White River Junction, where she gardens and “makes stuff”, when she is not camping or doing volunteer international health work.  As Divisional Educator, Cynthia provides end of life education to patients, families, facility staff, and communities in Vermont and New Hampshire.

Sponsors Include:
Vermont Housing Managers Association,
Vermont Housing Finance Agency
New England Resident Service Coordinators, Inc.

Admission is FREE but you must register before noon on Monday, October 17, 2022

Questions? Email andrea@nerscinc.org

2 Continuing Education Units issued by VHFA



VRSC is a membership organization of professionals from throughout the state.  Offered in the spring and fall, trainings include lunch and are open to the public for a small fee of $10.  VRSC and VHMA members can attend at no charge.   With attendance averaging around 50 people, the trainings cover topics that are not only relevant to Resident Service Coordinators, but other housing professionals, social workers, and community service providers.  These meetings are an excellent opportunity to network, build relationships, and learn best practices.  We rely on the support of our sponsors to help offset the costs of meeting location, professional fees and meals.  For information on the available sponsorship opportunities, please click here.  


VRSC meetings are held following the trainings and lunch.  Meetings generally last 1 hour and are open to members and prospective members.  Our Annual Meeting is held in the fall when we vote in new officers, approve a new budget, review annual materials, and discuss future trainings.

Meeting Minutes

Additional trainings are available through our partners.  Click here for more information.