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Touchpoints at Bloomfield held a “Pink Party” to honor breast cancer survivors and raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Touchpoints’ Therapeutic Recreation Director Cindy Payne is herself a breast cancer survivor and organized the event.
On October 9, 2018, as part of the American Health Care Association’s Annual Conference in San Diego, CA, Administrator Jessica DeRing accepted a Bronze - Commitment to Quality Award on behalf 60 West. With this addition, all ten iCare managed skilled nursing communities have an AHCA Bronze or Silver Award.
Visit the iCare Health Network Booth at the Vernon Seniorhood Fair
October 15, 2018According to their website, the Vernon Multidisciplinary Team (VMT) Seniorhood Fair offers seniors, adults, and caregivers ways to plan and enhance their “seniorhood” years through workshops, demonstrations, exhibits, and resources. Exhibitors will showcase a variety of public and private services that are available in the local community which focus on the lifestyle needs of a growing senior population. Learn about Medicare, as well as options for housing, transportation, safety…
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…
Dr. Joy deMarcaida to Present: Managing Off Times for Persons with Parkinson Disease
October 5, 2018Fresh River Healthcare and Dr. Joy deMarcaida of the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center Present Managing Off Times for Persons with Parkinson Disease. Dr. deMarcaida will bring her expertise, history and passion to share with all the opportunities to increase “on time” and decrease “off time”. Open to patient and families, clinicians and medical providers, assisted living community staff and leadership, support groups, and other interested parties.