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Facts About Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
January 9, 2018Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that comes and goes with the seasons, typically beginning in late fall or early winter months and going away in the spring and summer. Often it can also be known as the winter blues or seasonal depression. Some symptoms that may be seen with SAD are lack of interest in activities, sleeping to much, weight gain, feelings of hopelessness, difficulty with concentration and social withdrawal just to name a few.
iCare Bands Together and Braves Winter Storm Brody
January 5, 2018Facility staff and leadership from iCare and Touchpoints Rehab took on Winter Storm Brody which blanketed the region with snow, hit with high winds and frigid temperatures. Preparation and teamwork, as well as the ability to make anything into a good time, ruled the day. Here are some photos of staff and management clearing off cars for shift change and removing snow.
Multiple iCare Facilities Recognized for Improving Quality Care
January 2, 2018Seven iCare managed facilities were recognized by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) for their achievements through the Quality Initiative Recognition Program, which honors member facilities for their individual work in achieving AHCA/NCAL Quality Initiative goals.
I had only a few hours to decide which rehab to go to. My care manager at the Manchester Memorial Hospital was very helpful in providing information about my options. Due to my illness, I was now on oxygen and needed to make sure pulmonary rehab was on my check list. I chose Touchpoints at Manchester, and I am glad I did. My Touchpoints experiences was wonderful. I feel like I was part of a family here. I will recommend Touchpoints at Manchester whole heartedly.
Among many, many iCare Christmas activities, the staff at Silver Springs wraps resident gifts and the Chelsea Place team rides Santa’s sleigh through the resident care floors delivering glad tidings.