Long Term Care Thompson, CT
Everyone here understands that the care of your loved one is of the utmost importance. That’s why the admissions staff and caregivers at Brookside Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center work closely with the entire family to assess your loved one’s needs and preferences upfront. It’s also why we’re highly skilled at delivering personalized around-the-clock nursing care. The longevity of our staff, genuine family approach and strong sense of community are what sets us apart. We truly feel – and treat each other – like one big family.
An array of activities offered 7 days a week:
- Fitness & stimulating brain games
- Wi-Fi throughout the property
- DISH TV and phones in every room
- Rec room with games
- Library with a robust assortment of books and videos
- Spacious dining area with fresh, rotating menus
- Popular courtyard B-B-Qs
- Barber/Beauty Salon services
- Holiday and Birthday celebrations
Our best in class clinical services include:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Palliative Care
- Pain Management
- Wound Care
- Feeding Tube Care
- PICC Line Care
- Hospice Care
The staff at Brookside Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center strives to deliver happiness daily, one Thompson resident at a time.
Contact us today at 508-943-3889 to discuss how affordable long term care can be.
Thompson is a rural town in Windham County, Connecticut and has a population of 9,458. The town was named after Sir Robert Thompson, an English landholder. Thompson has the highest-banked race track and holds one of the biggest race programs in New England. The Nipmuck once inhabited the area, and was settled by Richard Dresser in 1707, who purchased the area which was formerly called “Nashaway.”
Resources for Thompson Seniors & their Family:
Nursing Home Abuse – Nursing home abuse can take many forms and often goes unreported, as many victims are afraid to speak out. When a parent or loved one is in a nursing home, you depend on the staff to provide the care they need.
Thompson Speedway – Thompson Speedway became a racetrack in 1939. The historic 5/8 mile high banked oval hosts a number of annual NASCAR stock car and open wheel racing events, including the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. The Thompson Speedway offers elements to challenge amateur and professional drivers alike – and includes the nostalgia inherent in its history.
Fort Hill Farms – Fort Hill Farms is a three-season family destination. In the Spring, the farms hold tours of wonderful Quintessential Gardens including one of the largest lavender displays in New England. Summer brings exciting events like the Fort Hill Farms Bluegrass Festival. During the Fall, there’s the annual Corn Maze Adventure, where pumpkins are harvested fresh from the farm and ready for the sales yard.