Arbors of Hop Brook is a Continuing Care Retirement Community located in Manchester, CT and is home to active seniors who want to make the most of their retirement. Arbors provides an active, maintenance-free lifestyle with valuable services and amenities, making retirement both rewarding and enjoyable. Living at Arbors also offers the security of additional health care services including assisted living, support services and priority access to Manchester Manor for rehab and long-term care. This is the retirement living lifestyle you’ve envisioned. Arbors of Hop Brook. Beyond Expectations. Within Reach.
For nearly 40 years, Vernon Manor has provided exceptional short-term rehabilitation and long-term care services to the communities of Harford and Tolland Counties. A recipient of the AHCA/NCAL Silver Excellence in Quality Award in 2010, Vernon Manor is one of only 2.5% of all nursing homes nationally to achieve this award since 1997. Vernon Manor is renowned for delivering outstanding quality care, successful outcomes and exceptional service, complemented by integrity, compassion and dignified respect for our patients, residents and their families.
As an independently owned and privately managed health care community, Vernon Manor is able to focus its resources, attention and energies on the care, comfort and satisfaction of its patients and residents.
Qualidigm is a national health care consulting and research company providing innovative and scientifically-based solutions for transforming and improving care delivery and patient outcomes. Qualidigm continues to improve the quality of care by collaborating with and incorporating best practices, technologies and practice patterns from national affiliates. Its affiliations include the state and national associations listed below.
The American Health Care Association is a non-profit federation of affiliate state health organizations representing more than 11,000 non-profit and for-profit nursing facilities, assisted living communities and developmentally-disabled and sub-acute care providers that care for approximately one million elderly and disabled individuals every day.
Established in 1929, the Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities, Inc. (CAHCF) is the state’s largest for-profit member association representing for-profit and not-for-profit health care facilities providing long-term, sub-acute, rehabilitative and assisted living services to nearly 20,000 Connecticut citizens and allied health-care-related businesses and organizations.