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Have you gotten your flu shot yet?
November 17, 2017Have you received your Flu Shot yet? Now that it’s November, the cold and flu season has started. It’s best to get vaccinated before flu begins spreading in your community. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body that protect against flu. CDC recommends that people get a flu vaccine by the end of October, if possible.
Wii Bowling League at Touchpoints at Bloomfield
October 13, 2017What a better way to spend the last Thursday of every month hosting a Wii Bowling Challenge with our friends from the Bloomfield Senior Center. The residents at Touchpoints at Bloomfield have opened their home to this fine group of seniors in anticipation of showing the residents a grand old time.
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.
There is a unique Disney customer culture that is hard to fake. You sense a real genuineness about it. It seems that everything Disney does is done in an excellent manner from the highway systems, buildings, how they organize and of course customer service. They really like what they do and do it to the best of their ability. No wonder Disney has been called on as a consultant for many major U.S. companies. I believe we at iCare can achieve similar results
Drs. John Rodgers and William Preskenis partner with Touchpoints Rehab to create dynamic pulmonary care program
June 26, 2017Touchpoints at Bloomfield entered into a partnership designed to bring continuity in pulmonary care from the acute hospital setting into the post-acute, skilled nursing and rehab care setting. The program will address repeat hospitalizations by applying integrated pulmonary care and sleep medicine consulting to many diagnoses, including COPD and congestive heart failure.