Welcome to Touchpoints at Farmington
Dear Resident and Family Members:
As the Administrator, I would like to welcome you to Touchpoints at Farmington. At our center, caring for the whole person is integral to our philosophy. It is reflected in the attitude and performance of every member of our team everyday. Additionally, we strive to exceed your expectations and in doing so, we understand that we must partner and participate with you in your plan of care. Partnership and communication will include an introductory and planning meeting within a few days of your arrival, Interdisciplinary Care Conferences, Discharge Planning Meetings and consistent communication with your caregivers all along the way.
We offer a variety of programs specially designed to meet the individual needs and goals of each of our short-term patients and long-term care residents. Our Touchpoints Rehabilitation Program is designed for those who may require a post-acute stay for orthopedic, surgical or medical recovery, intravenous (IV) therapy, wound care, hospice services and pain management. We are exceptionally proud of our newest endeavor, our Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Recovery Program, which includes collaboration with medical, physical, educational and psychosocial supports to return people to home and reduce and/or eliminate re-hospitalization. Continue Reading
- Greater Hartford Memory Care Center
- Congestive Heart Failure Rehabilitation Program
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Sleep Medicine Program
- Accelerated Recovery: Prehab, Rehab and Post Surgical Care
- Skilled Nursing and Sub-Acute Specialty Programs
- Touchpoints Therapy - Rehabilitation Services
- Cardiac Recovery Services
- Dietary Services - Dining Experience
- Social Services, Care and Discharge Planning
- Recreation Programs
All the latest news, discussion, and updates from the iCare & Touchpoints Rehab team.
A Touchpoints at Farmington resident provided a glowing testimonial about the care he received from the nursing staff and the Care Transitions Team while recovering from open heart surgery. ”Throughout my stay the CHF team were amazing in helping me recover, teaching me things I needed to know…I was really impressed that the CHF team (Anna and Billy) were able to review my hospital records and compare them with my current records and update SFH with that information.”
Members of the Touchpoints community team taught and coached a group of folks from the Windsor Senior Center in the use of a simple, standard hula hoop as an exercise, balance and agility tool.This light exercise and training program is exclusive to Touchpoints Rehab. The program is designed to immediately improve upright posture, upper and lower core strength, improve balance and reduce falls.
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
April 6, 2018Research shows that exercise helps daily symptoms and slows the progression of Parkinson’s Disease. Beat Parkinson’s Today is an exercise program developed by Michelle Hespeler, a person with Parkinson’s (PWP) and is being offered at Fresh River in East Windsor. Classes are available to residents and members of the public. The classes encourage brain stimulation, challenge balance and stability and teach proper technique and form – all in an encouraging group setting.
Discover more about the Touchpoints family of facilities
Touchpoints at Manchester333 Bidwell Street
Manchester, CT 06040
Touchpoints at Bloomfield140 Park Avenue
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Touchpoints at Chestnut171 Main Street
East Windsor, CT 06088
Touchpoints at Farmington20 Scott Swamp Road
Farmington, CT 06032
Touchpoints at Home1838 Silas Deane Hwy
Rocky Hill, CT 06067