Touchpoints Therapy offers Physical, Occupational, Speech, and Language Therapies available up to seven days a week through our Touchpoints Therapy program and staff.
Our fully equipped Rehabilitation Department and skilled therapists can help you or a loved one get back on your feet and back home where you truly want to be. We provide the following rehab services:
- Outpatient therapy before or after your stay.
- Wheelchair Positioning Experts
- Cardio/Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Ambulation Training
- Cognitive Retraining
- Adaptive Equipment Education
- Activities of Daily Living Re-training
- Endurance Training
- Home Discharge Preparation
- Patient /Family Education
- Low Vision Rehabilitation Services
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The iCare Health Network offers a variety of career opportunities for those with a desire to work in the healthcare industry, including part-time and per diem. NURSING AND NON-CLINICAL POSITIONS: CNAs, LPNs, RNs, RN Supervisors, Housekeeping, Laundry, Dietary, Maintenance and Recreation Positions Available. Learn about our skilled care centers. Bring your resume and come prepared to interview!
Touchpoints Rehab and Touchpoints at Home: A Patient Testimonial on the Continuum of Care - 2019
April 22, 2019“The exceptional knowledge and skills of this Touchpoints rehab team is light years better that I could have ever expected. I am now ready for Outpatient Physical Therapy. I chose Touchpoints Rehab Outpatient services because I will be able to continue my care with the same therapists! How great is that. With Touchpoints at Home and Touchpoints Rehab you get complete success. I highly recommend Touchpoints Rehab and Touchpoints at Home at every level on care.”
Brad Davis and 'The Talk of Connecticut' Discuss Fresh River Healthcare and the Parkinson's Disease Program
April 15, 2019iCare’s Heather Bale was on The Talk of Connecticut with radio legend Brad Davis and Paul Pacelli discussing the Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorder Program at Fresh River Healthcare as part of Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Brad and Paul asked questions about Fresh River’s program, the disease and cutting edge treatments and supports. Listen here….
Staff from Touchpoints at Manchester participated in the Manchester Senior Center Health Fair. Touchpoints’ Kim Wanegar-Nation, a Physical Therapist, provided information about leading edge technologies to live better with COPD and sleep apnea. Kim provided information about our leading edge Pulmonary Rehabilitation program which offers the services and supports of consulting Pulmonologists, a Care Transitions Respiratory Therapist and high-tech rehabilitation and therapy services.
Mark your calendars for a special presentation at Fresh River Healthcare entitled, ‘Dyskinesia: The Sudden and Uncontrolled Movements of Patients with Parkinson Disease’ by Dr. Duarte Machado of the David and Rhoda Chase Family Movement Disorders Center. Dr. Machado will review the management and the impact of Dyskinesia or Persons with Parkinson’s Disease. Patients, residents, families, caregivers, healthcare providers and interested members of the public are invited to a…
iCare Health Network will be holding four nursing career job fairs in April. Seeking CNAs, LPNs, and RNs for immediate placement. Come see us in Farmington, Meriden, East Windsor and Rocky Hill. Share this link with a friend!
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and awareness is key to improving care and advancing research toward a cure. Parkinson’s disease is a chronic and progressive movement disorder and is a neuro-degenerative disease whereby cells responsible for producing dopamine die off in the substantia nigra area of the brain. Dopamine is essential for movement as it acts as a transmitter for signals from the brain to other parts of the body.
iCare’s Sarah Howroyd, Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services, appeared with Governor Ned Lamont, Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz and leaders from Saint Francis Hospital, and others as part of the state’s Live LOUD — or Live Life with Opioid Use Disorder campaign. Live LOUD — or Live Life with Opioid Use Disorder — is a new website from the state Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, with information about Connecticut’s crisis, immediate resourc…