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We can all agree that our senses can have a power connection to our memories. When you hear your wedding song it can help trigger memories of that day, or a childhood song your mother sang can help you hear her voice and see her face. Persons with dementia, Parkinson’s and other diseases that damage brain chemistry can also reconnect to the world and gain improved quality of life from listening to personal music favorites
One of the leading challenges that seniors face is maintaining their appetite. Significant weight loss affect 40% of people with severe Alzheimer’s disease. Proper nutrition is important to keep the body strong and healthy. For people with Alzheimer’s disease poor nutrition may increase behavior symptoms as well as weight loss.
iCare Launches Talent Network Page on Website
May 23, 2017With close to 1300 beds in nine managed facilities, iCare is continuously searching for qualified candidates for a range of positions including RNs, LPNs, CNAs and much more. Check out the improved and easier process.
Fresh River achieves lowest 30-day Hospital Readmission Rate
March 31, 2017At the Fresh River Healthcare nursing home in East Windsor, the chance that a short-stay patient will end up back in the hospital within 30 days of arriving at the facility is less than eight percent.
New Huntington's Disease (HD) Program
March 31, 2017Announcing Fresh River Healthcare Center & UCONN Health Huntington’s Disease Program Collaborative