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  • Welcoming David M. Sones, BA, NHA

  • The Quality of Patient Care Star Ratings are based on OASIS assessments and Medicare claims data and are published on the CMS Medicare.gov websites, Home Health Compare and Nursing Home Compare. Patient Survey Star Ratings are based on the patient experience of care measures.

    Cheshire House is proud to announce that we have achieved a 5 star rating! Our staff are committed to high quality care for our clients. Cheshire House will continue to pursue innovative solutions to improve care for the communities we serve as we strive for excellence. See how Cheshire House measures up.

    Cheshire House is a 2014 recipient of the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through improved quality care. The award is presented by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) through the National Quality Award Program. The program honors facilities that have demonstrated their commitment to improving quality care for seniors and individuals with disabilities.

  • Cheshire House Employees Honored for Length of Service

  • The following Cheshire House employees were honored for their length of service. Congratulations!
    Five Year Award/Full Time
    Albino Myrto – Dietary Aide
    Eleni Myrto – Dietary Aide

    Five Year Award/Part Time
    Rosa Haynes – RN
    Rebecca Sichau – LPN

    Fifteen Year Award/Full Time
    Denise Rodriguez, Laundry
    Lirian Rodriguez, CNA

    Twenty Five Year Award/FullTime
    Noreen Mannetti, Laundry

    Thirty Five Year Award/Part Time
    Margaret Baren – Medical Records

    Fourty Five Year Award/Full Time
    Cynthia Litin – Food Service Supervisor

  • Judy DiGiovanna Receives her 45-Year Award at Cheshire House

    Cheshire House honored Judy Giovanna by presenting her 45-year Award at the Staff Holiday Party. Administrator Joanne Gorenstein presented the award.

  • What Is Quality? Third in Our Photo Series

  • Amber, the Dietary Manager at Bel-Air Manor, looks on as resident Mrs. Passan tries the homemade soup. When Amber started at Bel-Air Manor, she introduced many new menu items, from comfort food to heart-healthy entrees. Residents got to taste-test the entrees and give thumbs’s up or thumb’s down. Mealtimes are one of the most important times of day for residents, so providing tasty, healthful meals in a pleasant, social setting, is a top priority at all Ryders nursing facilities.

    Resident Councils ensure that residents have a voice in decisions that impact their quality of life. Quality means listening to residents, giving them autonomy and choices as often as possible regarding diet, leisure activities, and other aspects of their care.

    The second picture was taken during Pranzo Bella, a special event where the Bel-Air Manor staff served the residents a special meal from gourmet appetizers to dessert, accompanied by music. Staff enjoyed the event as much as the residents! Staff members consistently go above and beyond and give from the heart to ensure that residents are comfortable, participate in interesting activities, and that all needs — physical, emotional or spiritual – are met.

    Exceptional caring leads to exceptional quality of life for all residents at all Ryders nursing facilities.

  • What Is Quality? Second in Our Photo Series

  • At Ryders Health Management nursing facilities, Quality = Exceptional Caring coupled with Excellence. Periodically, we share a picture that captures how Ryders’ employees strive every day to provide exceptional caring and exceptional quality.

    Shaun Savoie, BS, NHA, administrator of Aaron Manor, a sister Ryders facility in Chester, CT, has also received this award.

    Congratulations, Mr. Savoie, and thank you to all of our administrators for all you do to make your residents’ lives just that much better!

  • What Is Quality? First in Our Photo Series

  • At Ryders Health Management nursing facilities, Quality = Exceptional Caring. Periodically, we will share a picture that captures how Ryders’ employees strive every day to provide exceptional caring and exceptional quality.

    Mrs. Dee Miller, RN (at left) and Ms. Liz Burnhauser, RN (at right), both Lord Chamberlain Nursing & Rehabilitation Center nurses, exemplify the caliber of employees who lead the way to Ryders’ standards of excellence. Recently, Mrs. Miller and Ms. Burnhauser were honored with Nightingale Awards.

    The Nightingale Award for Excellence in Nursing celebrates outstanding nurses. Nominees “should have made a significant impact on patient care and/or the nursing profession; gone ‘beyond the call’ in a clearly illustrated way, demonstrated excellence or achieved a life-long legacy in a particular arena.”

    Congratulations to Mrs. Miller and Ms. Burnhauser for your commitment to excellence and providing outstanding, kind, and compassionate care to residents.