Welcome to Chelsea Place Care Center
Dear Resident and Family Members,
I would like to welcome you to Chelsea Place Care Center. Chelsea Place is a 234 bed skilled nursing care center located in the Mark Twain neighborhood of the historic West End of Hartford. At Chelsea we celebrate our diversity in our residents, families, neighborhood and our staff. It’s through this diversity that we are able to most effectively meet the healthcare challenges of our community.
Chelsea Place has a broad scope of services, but despite having such a broad base we strongly encourage all of our staff to get to know all of the residents, their interests, needs and personalities. It is through this approach that has allowed us to be so successful with our clinical operations and resident outcomes. Our ability to retain knowledgeable and skilled professionals has contributed greatly towards our continuing improvement and success and has enabled Chelsea Place Care Center to partner with other leading healthcare organizations across the state. Continue reading
- Behavioral Health Program - Secured Unit
- iRecovery Program - New Beginnings Unit
- Skilled Nursing and Sub-Acute Services
- Greater Hartford Memory Care Center
- Touchpoints Therapy - Rehabilitation Services
- Social Services Supports and Discharge Planning
- Dietary and Dining Services
- Care Plan Coordinators
- Recreation Programs
All the latest news, discussion, and updates from the iCare & Touchpoints Rehab team.
Silver Springs Care Center’s Noel Orsini recently took a group of the care center’s veterans on a day trip to the submarine base in Groton, CT. A veteran himself, Noel works to bring camaraderie and activities to Silver’s veterans and as a contracted provider for the Veteran’s Affairs there are many in residence. It’s clear from the pictures that the group had a fun-filled day and we thank them for their service.
The residents of Touchpoints at Bloomfield, with help from the recreation and dietary departments, put on a wonderful appreciation reception for the care center’s CNA team. The residents wrote up inspirational and thankful mottos and tied them to diamond-top pens. Administrator Jaime Faucher and Director of Nursing Shanta Griffiths said a few words as the residents praised the hard working CNA staff.
The staff at Touchpoints at Farmington was honored and recognized with an official citation from the Connecticut General Assembly. State Representatives Bobby Sanchez (25th District) and Mike Demicco (21st District) conveyed the honor. In part it reads, “Beyond your knowledge, expertise and professionalism, you also demonstrated dedication, love, and compassion towards him, and his family over the past two years at Touchpoints…”
Touchpoints at Chestnut organized and celebrated a “Caribbean Week” full of events, food and parties. One event saw staff members sharing their personal stories of life on their island and how they came to be here in Connecticut. The residents enjoyed hearing their personal stories, asked plenty of questions and sang and danced to traditional songs. To close out the week, last Friday staff were encouraged to wear colors representing their island and virtually the entire team prepared dis…
Trinity Hill Care Center residents and staff were treated to a visit by Toast and Dublin, new pet therapy golden retrievers, courtesy of Neil and Linda Clearly. The two friendly canines made their way through the care center to bring stress-relief and joy to those around them in a way that only pets can.
The staff and residents came together to celebrate Evelyn Lindo’s 100th Birthday. Ms. Lindo was born and raised in a little village in Jamaica. She told the group that she never thought in a million years she would see her 100th birthday. She explained that she did a lot of walking and took care of herself. She even joked and stated, “From the top of my body, I don’t feel 100, but from the bottom down I do.”