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On August 21, 2022, staff and their families from iCare’s Chelsea Place, Parkville and Trinity Hill Care Centers represented iCare at the 2022 Greater Hartford Puerto Rican Day Parade and Festival del Coqui. As they did in 2019, the iCare team marched in the parade from Wawarme Avenue, ending in Bushnell Park, decked out in matching t-shirts and regalia and accompanied by decorated Jeeps.
iCare and Chelsea Place Take Part in West Indian Independence Celebration and Parade, 2022
August 15, 2022On August 13, 2022, the team from Chelsea Place Care Center represented iCare at the 60th Annual West Indian Independence Celebration and Parade. This was the return of the full celebration after a hiatus due to COVID. According to its website, the West Indian Independence Celebrations, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) designated organization responsible for the planning and presentation of the West Indian Independence Celebration, a one-day festival which is held annually in Hartford, Connecticut. The festi…
This past week Simba, a nine month old puppy, paid a visit to the staff and residents of Chelsea Place Care Center. Simba is truly an iCare dog, having been adopted by a staff member at Parkville Care Center before being deployed for pet therapy sessions at Chelsea Place.
Happy National Skilled Nursing Care Week 2022
May 9, 2022The entire iCare team is excited to celebrate National Skilled Nursing Care Week, often called Nursing Home Week, this week May 8-14th. According to the American Health Care Association (AHCA) website, skilled nursing care centers and their staff provide a steadfast commitment to providing high-level of care for their residents. This has never been more evident than the last two years during the pandemic. In addition to protecting and caring for their residents around the clock du…
Chris Wright Featured in McKnights LTC News 'Onward & Upward' Detailing iCare's Behavioral Health Programs
April 25, 2022For more than 20 years, Chris Wright has been doing what many other nursing home operators either can’t or won’t: taking patients with behavioral health diagnoses, treating them with embedded, additional services, and becoming a valued community partner while building value in his own business. Following an expansion of his iCare Health Network last year, Wright remains bullish on building and managing behavioral health and other speciality services. But even as regulators put more emphasis …