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Life and Times of East Windsor Legend Tony Dimastrantonio, Touchpoints at Chestnut Resident
October 8, 2018“I have had a wonderful life”, and thus begins the story of Tony Dimastrantonio. We, at Touchpoints at Chestnut, are enjoying the privilege of his presence, and as we provide care for him, he is bringing joy to all of us. While he has been with us, Tony has been continually visited by the members of the Warehouse Point Fire District and members of the Junior Fire Fighters as well as his caregiver Casey Starvish, herself an ex-firefighter and member of a firefighting family—-his story a…
Proud to be Stigma-Free: Pictures from Chelsea Place and Touchpoints at Chestnut Kick-Off Events
September 25, 2018As part of National Recovery Month and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Stigma Free Campaign, Chelsea Place Care Center in Hartford and Touchpoints at Chestnut in East Windsor, both iCare Health Network communities, held kick-off, pep-rally type events to celebrate and embrace stigma-free care. More pictures within the full post.
Fostering a Home-Like Environment at Touchpoints at Chestnut
August 14, 2018At Touchpoints at Chestnut, as with many skilled nursing communities, there is much more to caring for residents than medical care and rehabilitation. Although short term rehab can be quite brief, stretching a few days to a few weeks, many residents call our communities their home. In order to foster the home like environment, provide stimulating activities and recreation and add to the overall quality of life, many other projects and initiatives have been woven into daily life.
Touchpoints at Chestnut Holds 'Winter Olympics' for Residents
February 19, 2018The residents and staff at Touchpoints at Chestnut have decided to get in on this action and have their very own winter games with a twist, Some of the scheduled events include Figure Skating, Table Curling and Olympic Bingo. The first week has been a huge success with lots of laughs and smiles. Go team TAC!
I would like to express my heartfelt thanks for everything you did for my mom, especially the last eight months when she needed you most.