RESIDENT RELOCATION GUIDE
As situations and arrangements change, residents and their families can find themselves in need of relocation from one skilled nursing facility or post-acute care setting to another. iCare is here to help.
Whether a relocation is required for proximity, specialty services, personal or lifestyle changes, preference, financial hardship, a nursing facility closure or any other reason, consider an iCare facility to help meet your unique and individualized needs.
To ease your mind, we have tailored the relocation experience to minimize disruption. We are able to offer the following services to ensure ease and accommodation:
- Keep your current roommate. If you wish to be admitted to a semi-private room and would like to keep the roommate you have in your current skilled nursing setting, we can accommodate.
- Free furniture moving service. Residents in long term care have generally surrounded themselves with more comforts of home. Let us move all of your belongings to your new home with iCare.
- Phone and cable activation included. It will be ready for you when or soon after your arrive.
- Assistance in arranging transportation, near or far. Let us arrange taxi/Uber, wheelchair van or ambulance.
Available Clinical Programs and Services
- Specialized memory care delivered in a secured unit setting within five iCare locations. Part of the Greater Hartford Memory Care Centers.
- iRecovery Program: Substance use treatment and counseling (available in English and Spanish language) coupled with medication assisted treatment, Suboxone, Methadone and Vivitrol available.
- Touchpoints signature Congestive Heart Failure and COPD program.
- Secure behavioral health units.
- Orthopedic, neurological and cardiac rehab.
- Title 19 (Medicaid) and active smokers accepted and accommodated.
- And much, much more…See all of iCare and Touchpoints’ clinical services and programs and all of our facilities here…
Interested? Please call iCentral admissions office at (860) 812-0788 or email us at moc.tnemeganameraci@lartneci.
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The staff at Touchpoints at Farmington was honored and recognized with an official citation from the Connecticut General Assembly. State Representatives Bobby Sanchez (25th District) and Mike Demicco (21st District) conveyed the honor. In part it reads, “Beyond your knowledge, expertise and professionalism, you also demonstrated dedication, love, and compassion towards him, and his family over the past two years at Touchpoints…”
Touchpoints at Chestnut organized and celebrated a “Caribbean Week” full of events, food and parties. One event saw staff members sharing their personal stories of life on their island and how they came to be here in Connecticut. The residents enjoyed hearing their personal stories, asked plenty of questions and sang and danced to traditional songs. To close out the week, last Friday staff were encouraged to wear colors representing their island and virtually the entire team prepared dis…
Trinity Hill Care Center residents and staff were treated to a visit by Toast and Dublin, new pet therapy golden retrievers, courtesy of Neil and Linda Clearly. The two friendly canines made their way through the care center to bring stress-relief and joy to those around them in a way that only pets can.
The staff and residents came together to celebrate Evelyn Lindo’s 100th Birthday. Ms. Lindo was born and raised in a little village in Jamaica. She told the group that she never thought in a million years she would see her 100th birthday. She explained that she did a lot of walking and took care of herself. She even joked and stated, “From the top of my body, I don’t feel 100, but from the bottom down I do.”
Touchpoints at Manchester Testimonial: "It's the wonderful people there that make all the difference"
June 6, 2019“All the staff is so knowledgeable about COPD and Congestive Heart Failure. Everyone was helpful in ways you cannot imagine. No one ever made me feel like I was imposing. It’s personal at Touchpoints! It is the people, the entire staff, everyone is so helpful. My Pulmonologist was able to see me at Touchpoints. I also received education and care from Maureen, my Respiratory Therapist…”
staff and their families from Chelsea Place, Parkville and Trinity Hill Care Centers represented iCare at the 2019 Greater Hartford Puerto Rican Day Parade and Festival. The iCare team marched in the parade from Wawarme Avenue, ending in Bushnell Park, decked out in matching t-shirts and regalia and accompanied by two decorated Jeeps. The day’s theme was Honrando el Pasado y Celebrando el Futuro; honoring the past and celebrating the future.
Parkville Care Center hosted Governor Ned Lamont for the signing of a minimum wage bill. The Governor took a brief walking tour and chatted with the front line staff and leadership. Governor Lamont signed the bill in Brookman Hall in front of community activists, union members, the Lieutenant Governor, several TV and print news outlets, members of the Connecticut General Assembly, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin and an enthusiastic crowd.
Touchpoints at Bloomfield residents and staff celebrated a showing of resident artwork with partners from the art program at the University of Hartford The students have been coming in on a weekly basis for the past three months to work with the residents on their individual art projects. The program has been a confidence booster for the residents and students alike. Eight students were each paired with a resident to envision their own creative projects.