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iCare Staff and Administrators Advocate for Adequately Funding Nursing Home Care at State Legislature
March 8, 2019Front line clinical and other staff as well as Administrators from iCare Health Network provided testimony for State Legislators around adequate Medicaid funding and support for skilled nursing centers in Connecticut. Administrators Jaime Faucher of Touchpoints at Bloomfield, Ray Hackling of Silver Springs Care Center and George Kingston of Trinity Hill Care Center are pictured here providing testimony at the Legislative Office Building.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 21, 2019There are so many deep and meaningful quotes attributed to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “The time is always right to do what is right” and “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘what are you doing for others’” resonate strongly for those in healthcare and in daily service to others.
Healthy Living for Seniors: Tips for Overall Wellness
January 10, 2019These days, many seniors are focusing more on their health and well-being so that they can remain active and vital during retirement. For those who are dealing with health or mobility issues, there are many ways to keep safety a priority, from making changes to the home to downsizing and making a move to something smaller. However, there are many details to consider when it comes to feeling good and staying healthy…
Introducing a new iCare Health Network - Touchpoints Rehab TV commercial for 2019, emphasizing our Transitions of Care, focus on complex medical conditions such as CHF and COPD and our continuum of post-acute care services. The spot will play on Fox 61 in Connecticut
Fresh River Healthcare's Christmas Bazaar a Success
December 18, 2018Fresh River Healthcare held a well-attended Christmas Bazaar and holiday party that was fun for all ages. The residents and the staff and their families as well as members of the public came together to celebrate the season. Santa Claus was on hand to listen to the wishes of all the good boys and girls. Breakfast was served and money was raised for a good cause. All proceeds went to local Families affected by Parental Substance Use Disorder.