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A-Caroling We Will Go: Pictures from Spreading Cheer to Ten iCare Facilities (with video)
December 18, 2017The iCare Management leadership team, led by President and CEO Chris Wright, visited all ten iCare managed facilities in one day to spread Christmas cheer. The team visited each unit at each facility, singing Christmas carols for all to hear and performed a vignette from Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Four Ways That Apps Can Make Seniors' Lives Easier
December 13, 2017They may be associated with millennials, but Baby Boomers shouldn’t write off smartphone apps as a fad for the younger generation. Seniors have a lot to gain from using high-tech services in their daily lives. Don’t believe it? Here are four ways you can use apps to make life easier. Written by guest blogger June Duncan.
Touchpoints-iCare Transitional Care and Clinical Team Present at Saint Francis Hospital
December 8, 2017iCare’s Billy Boyce and Sarah Landi presented at Saint Francis Hospital’s “Share the Care: Transition from Acute to Post Acute Care” educational conference on December 1st. The day long series, held at Saint Francis’ Connecticut Institute for Primary Care Innovation in Hartford, focused on the management of high risk patients, with emphasis on heart failure, COPD and sepsis.
Tis the Season: iCare Holds Lobby Decorating Contest for Christmas
December 5, 2017iCare Management is a very Christmas-centric company, filled to the brim with holiday spirit and celebrating the season through many gatherings, parties and time spent reflecting and being thankful. On December 1st, Administrators from iCare’s ten managed facilities submitted pictures of their respective lobby, all done up for the Christmas and holiday season. Check out the results! And yes, that is Touchpoints at Bloomfield’s own Jaime Faucher as the Elf on the Shelf.
iCare Holds CNA Skills Day at Keeney Center in Wethersfield
December 1, 2017iCare held a clinical skills training session for a team of Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), reviewing such skills and techniques as managing and assisting with the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), patient lifting and moving, assessment of vital signs, patient bathing and hygiene and much more.