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
- Parkinson Disease Program
- Huntington's 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
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Commemorating and Celebrating Juneteenth, 2022
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