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iCare Health Network Staff and Residents Celebrate Halloween
November 2, 2018Holidays are always big and exciting for residents and staff at iCare Health Network’s skilled nursing communities. The team kicked the holiday season off right with Halloween celebrations complete with costume contests, trick-or-treating, music and plenty of tasty treats. Gallery in full post.
Sarah Howroyd Joins iCare Health Network as Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services
October 24, 2018iCare Health Network has announced that Sarah Howroyd is joining the company as Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Howroyd will help to build out IHN’s mental health and substance use programming to be as person-centered and recovery-oriented as possible. She will create a forward-looking structure, business practices and network for new connections within IHN’s mental health and addiction treatment lines of business .
Fresh River Decorated for the Fall Season
October 22, 2018The main entrance to Fresh River Healthcare is dressed up for Fall, due in part to Crystal and Brooke. Crystal is a nurse with Beacon Hospice, Fresh River partner, and the mother and daughter team volunteered their time to make it happen. Special thanks to them!
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…
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.