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April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and awareness is key to improving care and advancing research toward a cure. Parkinson’s disease is a chronic and progressive movement disorder and is a neuro-degenerative disease whereby cells responsible for producing dopamine die off in the substantia nigra area of the brain. Dopamine is essential for movement as it acts as a transmitter for signals from the brain to other parts of the body.
iCare’s Sarah Howroyd, Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services, appeared with Governor Ned Lamont, Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz and leaders from Saint Francis Hospital, and others as part of the state’s Live LOUD — or Live Life with Opioid Use Disorder campaign. Live LOUD — or Live Life with Opioid Use Disorder — is a new website from the state Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, with information about Connecticut’s crisis, immediate resourc…
iCare Health Network to Hold Nursing Job Fair on March 22nd
March 18, 2019iCare Health Network will be holding a nursing Job Fair on March 22, 2019. iCare Health Network is recruiting for part-time and per diem positions! Accepting resumes from new and experienced CNAs, LPNs and RNs. Please come prepared to be interviewed on the spot. Candidates may confirm attendance via email at moc.nheraci@sreerac.
Happy Long Term Care Administrator's Week 2019
March 14, 2019Check out the post for a gallery of our Administrator team at their finest serving our residents. March 11-15, 2019 is National Long Term Care Administrator’s Week. During this week, staff, residents, families, and volunteers have the opportunity to say “thank you” and honor the Administrators who lead our nation’s long term care communities. A big thank you from all of us at iCare Health Network to our dedicated Administrator team. Thank you for all that you do!
iCare Staff and Administrators Advocate for Adequately Funding Nursing Home Care at State Legislature
March 8, 2019Front line clinical and other staff as well as Administrators from iCare Health Network provided testimony for State Legislators around adequate Medicaid funding and support for skilled nursing centers in Connecticut. Administrators Jaime Faucher of Touchpoints at Bloomfield, Ray Hackling of Silver Springs Care Center and George Kingston of Trinity Hill Care Center are pictured here providing testimony at the Legislative Office Building.