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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With a March 2018 program launch, Fresh River Healthcare will be one of just a few skilled nursing facilities in Connecticut with the training, equipment, personnel and community supports to offer a dedicated and comprehensive program to support patients with Parkinson disease (PD). Fresh River is uniquely qualified to offer comprehensive PD services, having assembled a multi-disciplinary team of clinical professionals.
The Touchpoints at Manchester team bid farewell to Peter, a resident from its Veteran program, as he discharged into the community. He was Touchpoints at Manchester’s first veteran admission under the VA contract and spoke about how the staff changed him to a more positive person and gave him the strength and motivation to rehab, discharge and move to a new home. He credits them with changing his life and giving him a positive attitude and hope. “Touchpoints touched my heart.R…
The Touchpoints at Manchester crew surprised Cristina Lazure, Unit Manager, on her last day at the facility. Cristina, who is a seasoned unit manager and recently obtained her RN license, will be the new Director of Nursing for Touchpoints at Chestnut. The Manchester staff proudly wore t-shirts emblazoned with “Team Cristina” and adopted #teamCristina.
Fresh River Hosts Boxing and Functional Interval Training Program as a Parkinson's Treatment
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A team from Hartford HealthCare’s Behavioral Health Network conducted a Mental Health First Aid Training for iCare staff. The training is part of iCare’s deep and long-standing commitment to a dignified and safe resident environment and high quality behavioral health care. Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that gives people the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
I heard about the Pulmonary program at Touchpoints at Manchester so I made the decision to go there…when I met the Touchpoint’s Pulmonologist Dr. Preskenis, he said ” We can help you.” And boy did Touchpoints deliver! The Rehab team was awesome! The best I have ever seen. They pushed me just enough each day to build my strength, endurance and confidence. It all worked to my advantage. They gave me the confidence to do more than I ever expected I could. And TODAY I AM GO…
Bruce, a United States Marine Corps Veteran, sustained a left humeral fracture followed by a fall causing a right ankle fracture and required surgery and casting. He was admitted to Silver Springs’ Veteran’s Program. Within a few days his pain was well-managed, his dietary needs were met, and he fully participated in all therapeutic activities. “The care I received was outstanding all the time, from nursing to therapies; accelerating my healing process” says Bruce.