Welcome to Fresh River Healthcare
Dear Residents and Family Members,
Thank you for visiting Fresh River Healthcare! It is the collective goal of our entire team to help you or your loved one reach a maximum level of health and independence whether you stay with us for short term rehabilitation or long term care. Our family of caregivers includes specialized therapists, a skilled and compassionate nursing team, and many other dedicated staff, partners and medical professionals.
We strive to exceed your expectations. In doing so, we understand that we must partner and participate with you in your plan of care. Communication along the way will be extremely important. This will include interdisciplinary “care conferences”, discharge planning meetings, and consistent communication with your caregivers and other staff from Fresh River.
You will find that Fresh River offers a unique and broad range of skilled nursing services. This includes short-term rehabilitation in newly renovated private rooms, respite care, movement disorder care for Huntington and Parkinson Disease, and Memory Care and Behavioral Health programs in a specialized, secure environment. Continue reading
- Huntington's Disease Program
- Parkinson Disease Program
- Behavioral Health Program - Secure Unit
- Respite Care Services
- NeuroGym Therapy and Rehab Equipment
- Greater Hartford Memory Care Center
- Distinctive Dining and Dietary Services
- Touchpoints Therapy: Rehabilitation Services
- Sub-Acute and Skilled Nursing Specialty Programs
- Recreation Programs
- Social Services and Discharge Planning
iCare Health Network Blog
All the latest news, discussion, and updates from the iCare Health Network team!
Touchpoints at Bloomfield Hosts Thanksgiving Luncheon 2023 at Bloomfield Senior Center
November 17, 2023On November 16, 2023 the team at Touchpoints at Bloomfield once again hosted a Thanksgiving luncheon at the Bloomfield Senior Center. About 75 Bloomfield seniors were in attendance as several department managers from Touchpoints at Bloomfield served a traditional holiday meal complete with appetizers, dessert and apple cider. Great job, TAB team!
With Deep Gratitude for Your Service, Happy Veterans Day 2023
November 11, 2023On behalf of iCare Health Network, our care centers and entire staff, we would like to honor all of our nation’s veteran’s for all that they gave in service of our country. We celebrate the service of our Veterans with gatherings and group recognitions and celebrate their service and their sacrifice. Check back in as we update with the day’s events.
MissionCare at Holyoke 'Lights the World in Teal' to Raise Awareness and Show Support for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease
November 8, 2023The team at MissionCare at Holyoke ‘went teal’ this week to show support for and raise awareness of individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease, especially the residents of the care center. Light the World in Teal is an annual program held in November as part of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. People and places around the world “go teal” to raise awareness and show support for the millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s.
On October 31, 2023, the team at Parkville Care Center celebrated and recognized Maria Parks for her 37 years of service to the residents of Parkville, stretching back to when it was Park Place and before that, Greenwood Manor. Maria is an LPN Charge Nurse who is beloved by staff and residents and was a mentor to new nurses. She was present for the Greenwood fire in 2003 and spoke this year at the 20th anniversary remembrance ceremony. Maria’s retirement party included many emotional …
Halloween Happenings Around the iCare Health Network, 2023
November 1, 2023Many Halloween and Fall-related events were taking place around the iCare Health Network today and over the past couple of weeks. Residents and staff had a great time celebrating with food, music, decorations and activities. Check out the photos here!
On Saturday, October 28, 2023 a team from Parkville Care Center took part in the 2023 Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Greater Hartford and raised over $1000 for advancing the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease. The walk took place at Rentschler Field and according to the Alzheimer’s Association website in total had over 1,300 participants in 275 teams and raised $300,000 towards their goal. Great job, Parkville team!