Welcome to Touchpoints at Manchester
Welcome to Touchpoints at Manchester. Tracy Newport has been a licensed skilled nursing facility administrator with a successful track record since 1990, and has the philosophy of “always just do the right thing”. Touchpoints at Manchester is proud to have an outstanding team, evident in its CMS Five Star rating and exceptional survey outcomes. Director of Nurses, Lori Aquilina leads a strongly motivated experienced nursing department. Touchpoints of Manchester is also part of the St. Francis Hospital Post-Acute Care Network, as well as a partner in the accountable care organization (ACO) of Eastern Connecticut Health Network.
This facility treats resident care with a holistic approach. The whole person is treated as we strive to meet the physical, emotional, and psychosocial needs of all our residents. Our team follows the company mission that they will “enrich the lives of the residents we serve”. Continue reading
Leaders and team members from all of iCare’s managed facilities attended the Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities’ Annual Meeting at the Mystic Seaport. Pictured is the Silver Springs Care Center team from Meriden.
Touchpoints at Manchester: Focus Outcome - Kelly's Story
July 18, 2017This post is a testimonial from a patient who received care at Touchpoints at Manchester while recovering from a stroke. The patient came to Touchpoints from Manchester Memorial Hospital, a certified stroke center.
Touchpoints at Home, a Community Health accreditation Program (CHAP) accredited home care agency, received a detailed endorsement from a patient and his family. In her letter, the family member wrote
Normal aging process or early dementia?
July 10, 2017Forgetfulness and memory problems can be a normal process of aging but it can also be a sign of something else. If you or a loved one notices subtle memory changes do not automatically assume it is “dementia” because it may be related to other factors.
Polypharmacy is a term to describe when individuals use multiple concurrent medications, generally 5 or more. Although polypharmacy can be an issue for people of any age, it is generally a consequence of having several underlying medical conditions and is more common in people over the age of 65.
Drs. John Rodgers and William Preskenis partner with Touchpoints Rehab to create dynamic pulmonary care program
June 26, 2017Touchpoints at Bloomfield entered into a partnership designed to bring continuity in pulmonary care from the acute hospital setting into the post-acute, skilled nursing and rehab care setting. The program will address repeat hospitalizations by applying integrated pulmonary care and sleep medicine consulting to many diagnoses, including COPD and congestive heart failure.
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