Prehab/Prebook at Touchpoints Rehab and Go “Beyond the Joint”
- Maximize your recovery and outcome in the least amount of time.
- Reduce your pre-operative pain and improve your overall function.
- Pre-booking is as simple as a phone call.
- Accelerate your recovery.
Prebooking your post-surgery rehab will ensure you will receive the services of your choice. Planning your post surgery care ahead of time will reduce your stress and let you focus on recovery. You can Prebook for every level of care. Transition from hospital to post-acute inpatient rehabilitation; directly from hospital to home care; or directly to Outpatient Rehab.
We go “BEYOND THE JOINT” with our Touchpoints Prehabilitation; a unique and signature program. Our Prehab is designed for all Joint Replacement and Spinal Surgery patients. Our physical Therapist will look at your entire body and assess your individual needs so you will be in the best possible condition to receive your new joint or corrective surgery.
Available for patients preparing for total hip, knee, ankle, shoulder replacements and spinal surgery. Our patients rate us in the top percentiles for overall satisfaction with care and results. Your personal program navigator will support you from the first phone call until discharge from one of our care centers.
To learn more take a look at each of our Touchpoints Rehab centers, call to schedule a tour, check us out at www.touchpointsrehab.com or call (860) 812-0788.
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Staff from Multiple iCare Health Network Communities Recognized at the CAHCF Annual Meeting
July 18, 2018Employees from multiple iCare Health Network managed communities won awards and scholarships at the Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities 89th Annual Meeting, held on the north lawn of Mystic Seaport. Photo gallery in the post!
Touchpoints at Farmington celebrated a milestone in promoting and delivering on workplace safety, celebrating 400 hundred consecutive days without a lost day to workplace injury. In addition, Farmington has accrued another 30 days since the milestone was official and are working hard towards a goal of 500 days. More photos in the post.
Reverend Guillermo Garcia was named Volunteer of the Year for his service to the residents and families of residents and Trinity Hill Care Center in Hartford, CT. Many times our residents come to Trinity Hill and its iRecovery Program at the lowest time of their lives. Rev. Garcia is noteworthy in his fifteen years of tireless dedication. His weekly visits occur without fail. He has lent spiritual guidance in counsel to hundreds of residents in his decade and a half of service to Trinity Hil…
Happy Independence Day!
July 4, 2018
In mid-June 2018, Touchpoints at Manchester received a very kind testimonial from a resident who received care at Touchpoints as a contracted VA facility. Touchpoints has been a VA contracted facility since September of 2017 and recently had a full Open House and Flag Retirement Ceremony to thank our Veterans in residence for their service and formally launch the program.
Touchpoints at Bloomfield staff and residents celebrated “the backbone” of the staff, the nursing assistants, as part of National Nursing Assistants Week. According to the National Network of Career Nursing Assistants website, The 41st annual National Nursing Assistants’ Week provides a timely opportunity to foster and showcase the wonderful things that can happen for residents and workers when we join together in planning your special Week, “Nursing Assistants: Creating a Commu…
On June 21, 2018 the Mister Softee ice cream truck visited Touchpoints at Bloomfield to bring the residents and staff a cool treat to start the Summer off right. According to Touchpoints’ Cindy Payne, “TAB knows how to celebrate the first day of Summer; with a visit from Mister Softee! The residents loved it and so did the staff. Staff helped transport the residents to their special treat and it was a great success!”
At this year’s Goodwin College’s graduation, Fresh River Healthcare’s Therapeutic Recreation Director Lauren Attenello was named the 2018 valedictorian. Lauren, whose mother Justine has been with Fresh River for over 30 years, has been with Fresh River for over two years but she has volunteering in some capacity at Fresh River since she was six years old. According to mom Justine, she has been around the elderly population all of her life and treated it as a calling.