Welcome to Silver Springs Care Center
Dear Residents and Families:
As the Administrator, I would like to welcome you to Silver Springs Care Center. At our home, our philosophy is caring for the whole person and is reflected in the attitude and performance of every member of our team.
Silver Springs Care Center is honored to have earned a 2018 Silver Quality Award from the American Health Care Association and to count among our employees the Certified Dementia Practitioner of the Year for 2018.
We strive to exceed your expectations and understand that to do so, we must closely partner and participate with you in your plan of care. Communication along the way will be extremely important. This will include a team meeting soon after your admission to review goals and concerns, interdisciplinary “Care Conferences”, discharge planning meetings and consistent communications between you, your family and your caregivers.
We are exceptionally proud of our specialized programs here at Silver Springs. Our Memory Care program is delivered in a safe, secured environment where residents are cared for by highly trained professionals under the direction of a full time Memory Care Program Director. Continue Reading
- Veterans Program - VA Contract Nursing Facility
- Greater Hartford Memory Care Center
- Behavioral Health Program
- iRecovery Program
- Wound Care and Management Program
- Touchpoints Therapy - Rehabilitation Services
- Skilled Nursing and Sub-acute Specialties
- Respite Care Services
- Social Services - Care Planning - Discharge Planning
- Recreation Programs
- Dining and Dietary Services
All the latest news, discussion, and updates from the iCare & Touchpoints Rehab team.
A "Keep Calm and Get Hired" JOB ALERT -- January 2020
January 16, 2020As part of this Job Alert for the iCare Health Network, this post is highlighting four positions that are currently listed on icare.careers: Regional Clinical Director for iCare Health Network Staff Development Coordinator and Infection Control Nurse for both Touchpoints at Bloomfield and Touchpoints at Farmington Assistant Director of Nursing, Silver Springs Care Center (Meriden) Assistant Director of Nursing, Parkville Care Center (Hartford)
"I have such fondness and trust for my Touchpoints family"
January 10, 2020I have had many wonderful experiences at Touchpoints at Manchester, so when I was in the hospital and my doctor told me I needed to go for rehab, Touchpoints at Manchester was my only choice! I have such fondness and trust for my Touchpoints family when I learned I could have Touchpoints at Home for my Home care services I was very excited. Just as during my stay at Touchpoints , Touchpoints at Home did not disappoint! They were always on time, the communication was excellent and my Occupationa…
For the three years in a row, Sacred Heart Church in Bloomfield generously donated 50 wrapped gifts for the residents of Touchpoints at Bloomfield. Shirley Cooper, pictured here with Assistant Director of Recreation Dwayne Mullings, dropped off the gifts to be delivered by Santa’s Helpers last month. Shirley has been a volunteer for Touchpoints for the past few years, delivering communion to the residents. Shirley contacted Director of Recreation Cindy Payne and explained that the c…
Photos from Touchpoints at Farmington's Christmas Events
December 30, 2019As is the case throughout the iCare Health Network, Touchpoints at Farmington had several Christmas events for staff and residents, including a staff potluck with deep fried turkey care of John Zazzaro, the Farmington Middle School chorus singing for the residents, a trip to Fantasia Lights in Hartford and Gifts from Santa.
On December 16, 2019 members of iCare Health Network’s leadership team visited the lobbies of all 11 iCare care centers to check out the Christmas decorations. The care center teams take the decorating contest much further than the lobby and much further than snowflakes and tinsel. This year every center went above and beyond year’s past with decorations throughout the halls, skits, special celebrity guest stars, train rides, indoor snow storms and skating rinks, snowball fights and …
Westside Care Center Throws Pajama Party to Benefit Patients and Families at Connecticut Children's
December 16, 2019The Westside Care Center team joined schools, workplaces and organizations from around the State of Connecticut in throwing a pajama party to raise money for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Each participants donated a minimum of $5 to wear pajamas for the day. Proceeds will be donated to help parents of children fighting cancer with the cost of parking, food, and other general expenses during the hospital stay.