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Fresh River hosts Huntington's Disease education for people living with HD and their care-partners
September 11, 2017Stay informed and connected with Huntington’s Disease (HD) education. You are invited to attend a Teva sponsored event, for people living with HD and their care-partners.
Managing Sugar Intake in Your Diet
September 7, 2017Eating too much sugar causes a barrage of symptoms known as “classic metabolic syndrome”. These include weight gain, abdominal obesity, decreased HDL and increased LDL, elevated blood sugar, elevated triglycerides, high blood pressure, increased uric acid levels, tooth decay and gum-disease to list a few. Sugar has also been found to affect mood and behaviors. Most disturbing is that sugar is found to be addictive.
iCare announces Dr. J. Craig Allen in new position as Medical Consultant for Substance Use Disorders
August 30, 2017iCare is pleased to announce a new consulting relationship with Dr. J. Craig Allen, to provide services as Medical Consultant for Substance Use Disorders. Dr. Allen will be instrumental in guiding and supporting iCare’s iRecovery Program. Dr. Allen will provide consultation on specific resident cases, policy and procedure support and review, education, and general program guidance.
Fresh River Health Care's 'Paint Night' a Success
August 28, 2017Fresh River Health Care held a ‘Paint Night’ to benefit the ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’. The event was a success and was enjoyed by all in attendance.
iCare's Signature iRecovery Program Celebrates Three Years
August 24, 2017iRecovery is a groundbreaking model designed to empower patients to break the cycle of addiction while in the supportive and consistent environment of a skilled nursing facility. Patients are connected with resources and supports to assure maximum success. Visitation considerations, medication management and environmental safety are keys to success.