RESIDENT RELOCATION GUIDE
As situations and arrangements change, residents and their families can find themselves in need of relocation from one skilled nursing facility, assisted living or other post-acute care setting to another. iCare Health Network 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 Health Network skilled nursing care center 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 six 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 email@example.com
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News & Updates
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Words of Encouragement from a Resident and Healthcare Hero Pictures from Around the Network
April 3, 2020On Thursday April 3rd the team at Touchpoints at Manchester received some kind words and much needed support from the center’s resident council president. Although the quote is directed at TAM it certainly applies to all of the healthcare heroes at iCare Health Network, taking care of residents during this difficult and extraordinary time. Mixed into this post are a smattering of photos from around the health network. They include paper hearts put up on the windows by residents and neigh…
Words cannot adequately express my gratitude for all that you are doing to protect our residents and fellow staff during the uncertain times of this COVID-19 crisis. I am so impressed, grateful and proud of the work that has been done to prepare for this emergency, including the sweeping precautions that have been instituted so rapidly. I am also proud of the daily effort to keep a sense of calm and normalcy in our care centers. This crisis has made it abundantly clear how each job in the care…
iCare Health Network is Requesting Available Personal Protection Equipment for Skilled Nursing Providers
March 23, 2020iCare Health Network is actively working on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) utilization and availability with the Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities and other groups. These PPE supplies are critical to skilled nursing providers in order to care for the vulnerable populations that reside in nursing homes. If you or your organization have access to PPE that can be appropriately made available and donated during this crisis, please consider contacting us so that we may use if…
Entire iCare Team Working Tirelessly to Preserve Happy and Healthy Environment for Residents and Staff During COVID-19
March 18, 2020All around the iCare Health Network, the staff and leadership are hard at work to keep up the morale and spirits of the residents, staff, partners and families. To bring calm, enjoyment, enrichment and distraction each day of teh COVID-19 pendemic crisis takes a great deal of commitment and creativity. Here is a list of just some of the activities that have been going on at iCare Health Network care centers while under visitor restriction and infection control precautions…
Across iCare Health Network centers and indeed from nursing homes across the State and country, residents are sending their friends and families simple messages of love. While we work hard to institute and increase access to web chat services like FaceTime and Zoom, sometimes a greeting card, a phone call or a message on a dry erase board can be clear and effective. Seen here are resident of Touchpoints at Farmington posing with their message. Sometimes just to get their smile out there and so…
iCare Health Network Adding Precautions and Updating Operations in Response to COVID-19
March 13, 2020The iCare Health Network leadership team, including care center Administrators, Directors of Nursing, corporate office leadership and others are meeting on a daily basis to update on developments related to COVID-19 and continue to identify ways to keep our residents, staff and partners safe.
iCare Health Network Care Centers to Impose Visitor Restrictions as COVID-19 Infection Control Precaution
March 10, 2020Under the direction and coordination of the Department of Public Health, this nursing home and all nursing homes in Connecticut, have been advised that visitors to the facility should not visit family members until further notice out of an abundance of caution pertaining to COVID-19. This care center does not have any cases of COVID-19, however, as part of the statewide plan to limit risk to our residents and employees, and in particular to a vulnerable population of individuals with chronic d…
In early February 2020, Touchpoints at Manchester received generous and detailed praise for their care and programming by a recently discharged resident. Among her comments she states, “Here I am today, no longer requiring oxygen to breathe and be active. I am walking without a walker or cane. I can tackle stairs without shortness of breath and breathe on my own! I would like to express my thanks and appreciation to one and all for the care, compassion and thoughtfulness that went into my …