Hartford HealthCare has received a 5-star rating for long-term care, sub-acute and short-term rehabilitation specialty. We are approved for Medicare, Medicaid, and we participate in several managed care insurance plans.
We pride ourselves on the ability to provide the finest staff of professionally-trained therapists and nurses to support our residents throughout their long-term stay.
Please be assured that our greatest desire is to make your stay with us a positive and pleasant experience. Our philosophy is one of striving for excellence in all that we do.
Services & Amenities
Our long-term care program includes:
- Dementia Capable Care trained staff
- Specially trained Dementia Therapist
- On site Geri-Psych support
- Specialized care approaches that focus on remaining functional abilities and minimize the need for psychotropic drug usage
- Specialized Therapeutic Recreation Programs to meet the needs of residents on a one-to-one basis, small group and large group activities
- Therapeutic outdoor space
- Center of Excellence in Stroke Care
- Holistic and Palliative care Nursing Program
- Pet Therapy/Pet assisted visits
- Music & Art Therapy
- Massage Therapy (fee for service)
- Specialized decentralized dining to support the needs of the resident at all stages
- Alarm free and proactive fall prevention program
- CNAs trained to provide small group programs
Therapeutic Outdoor Space
The therapeutic outdoor space and garden room, located on the newly renovated second floor at Southington Care Center, enables residents to make a direct connection to nature and natural daylight which studies have proven to enhance physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Residents have been able to experience the sights, sounds and feelings of the natural world by being outdoors, planting flowers and watching butterflies in a soothing setting. Even during the colder months, the natural light bathes the interior garden room which provides a warm and engaging space to socialize, reminisce, create art and relax by the fireplace.
This project was made possible through the generosity of the Bradley Henry Barnes & Leila Upson Barnes Memorial Trust of the Main Street Community Foundation.