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Rae Losnes, Silver Springs Nurse, Retires After 37 Years of Service at the Care Center
February 3, 2020Silver Springs Care Center held a retirement celebration for Rae Losnes, Licensed Practical Nurse, who retired from Silver Springs after 37 years of service. Rae worked as an LPN Charge Nurse on Second Floor East for many years. Upon news of her retirement residents and staff shared just how much they will miss her.
Silver Springs Care Center Leadership Accepts Silver Quality Award at 2019 AHCA Conference
October 21, 2019As part of the American Health Care Association’s Annual Conference in Orlando, FL, Administrator Ray Hackling and Director of Nursing Emily Gonzalez accepted a Silver - Achievement in Quality Award on behalf of Silver Springs Care Center. The Silver Award honors long term and post-acute care providers that have demonstrated their commitment to improving the quality of care for seniors and persons with disabilities and demonstrate effective approaches that help improve performance and qua…
National Recovery Month Events Continue Across the iCare Health Network
September 27, 2019In keeping with the themes of National Recovery Month, multiple iCare Health Network care centers have been holding celebrations of what it means to be in recovery. Chelsea Place held a Celebration of Recovery Dinner with special guest speakers. The care center staff pitched in to serve the meal. Chelsea residents and staff also took a day trip to Elizabeth Park to enjoy the weather. The Silver Springs team had their own Recovery Celebration in the Silver Bistro.
Silver Springs Veterans Visit World War I Exhibit at Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven
September 19, 2019On September 13, 2019, a contingent of veterans from Silver Springs Care Center in Meriden took a day trip to the Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven to experience a military exhibit titled World War I: Beyond the Front Lines. The group learned a lot and were enriched by the experience.
Three veterans who are current residents at Silver Springs Care Center in Meriden took part in an equine therapy program through Manes and Motions, a Therapeutic Riding Center operated by Hospital for Special Care in New Britain. According to the Manes website, “riding a horse gives you freedom and empowerment through movement. A horse can be a powerful motivator in reviewing or reinforcing many behavioral, physical, mental, social and emotional goals.”