West Hartford, Connecticut

Hughes Health & Rehabilitation

Hughes Health & Rehabilitation

Hughes Health & Rehabilitation

29 Highland St
W Hartford, CT 06119
Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, Nursing Homes, Health and Beauty, W Hartford, Connecticut

At Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, residents are more than patients — they are family. For more than 50 years, Hughes Health & Rehabilitation has been a caring place in West Hartford, CT, for a wide range of long-term nursing and rehabilitation services. Family-owned and operated, the nursing center operates out of the Highland Street home, a state-of-the-art facility where staff can provide compassionate care in a comfortable, home-like environment.

Run by a team of dedicated and trained nursing, rehabilitation, and medical professionals, Hughes Health & Rehabilitation treats those who have been diagnosed with everything from Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis to degenerative joint disease and congestive heart failure. To meet the wide variety of care needs, Hughes Health & Rehabilitation offers many services, including long-term health care, rehabilitation services, respite care, palliative care, and hospice care.

No matter what level of care your loved one requires, the skilled nursing staff collaborates together in order to provide the best quality of life. In addition to daily caregivers, Hughes Health & Rehabilitation also staffs a medical director, physicians, an advanced practice registered nurse, as well as a dentist, dietician, and podiatrist. Here, caregivers are able to establish strong relationships with residents. This family-style of caregiving allows patients to feel secure and well cared for in their time of need.

The team at Hughes Health & Rehabilitation also works closely with family members and loved ones and encourages them to participate in the decision-making process. All of the treatment services are focused and specialized depending on the resident and their families.

Open seven days a week, 365 days a year, Hughes Health & Rehabilitation provides health care services for those with chronic illness as well as those needing convalescence or rehabilitation. For more information about Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, visit their website or call the Highland Street home at (860) 236-5623.

Announcements & Events from Hughes Health & Rehabilitation
How to Tell if a Loved One With Dementia Needs Long-Term Health Care, West Hartford, Connecticut
Finding out your loved one has dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be difficult. Of course, you want to do everything possible be there for them and provide them with the assistance ...read more
The Future of Alzheimer’s Treatment Is Bright, West Hartford, Connecticut
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has made us all change the way we think. In 1906, Dr. Alois Alzheimer prophetically described AD as “a peculiar disease” — in 2018, scientists, elderly care ...read more
How Occupational Therapy Helps in Your Daily Life , West Hartford, Connecticut
Time spent in a post-acute long-term care facility is supposed to be rich and full of engaging activities, and occupational therapy ensures residents enjoy every moment. Oc...read more
What to Expect From Speech Therapy Programs, West Hartford, Connecticut
When medical events—such as stroke, laryngeal cancer, or brain injury—impair an individual’s ability to communicate, recovery can be difficult. Fortunately, speech therapy programs m...read more
3 Benefits of Placing Your Loved One in a Nursing Home, West Hartford, Connecticut
While making the transition into a nursing home might seem like a source of stress for many elderly people, these facilities offer a number of benefits to both seniors and their fami...read more
As your loved one ages, it’s common for them to lose out on social interaction. However, this can take a toll on their mental and physical health. For seniors in the West Hartford, C...read more
Many people struggle with staying active during the colder months. Specifically, seniors often find it difficult, as they may not be mobile enough to stay warm and safe in the snow. ...read more
Physical therapy for seniors is usually introduced following an injury such as a broken arm or hip, as the treatment for chronic issues like arthritis, or to reduce pain in any part ...read more
January is National Bath Safety Month, which means now is the perfect time to review your family’s hygiene routines. Practicing safe bathing habits is especially important in househo...read more
Wintertime poses more risks for everyone. From hazardous weather to the prevalence of flu viruses, it seems staying healthy can be more difficult this season than during any other. F...read more
In addition to proper hygiene and avoiding contact with sick individuals, the flu vaccine is one of the best ways to prevent the influenza virus. This is true no matter your age...read more
The holidays are a special time for families and a chance for adults of all ages to feel like a kid again. If you have a loved one in a nursing home, there are many fun and uniq...read more
This November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, and the team at Hughes Health & Rehabilitation would like to inform you on what these services are and how important ...read more
A family caregiver isn’t just responsible for tending to a loved one’s daily needs — they’re also tasked with a person’s overall wellness, ensuring they receive emotional, mental, an...read more
While a nutritious diet is vital for people of all ages, it’s especially important for seniors. That’s why Hughes Health & Rehabilitation strives to provide residents with l...read more
While many people may not think about strokes until they are personally affected by one, this major health concern is one every person should be concerned about. After all, this dise...read more
Physical therapy has helped many people overcome disabilities, recover from injuries, and regain their independence. It’s an essential part of many people’s well-being, and the staff...read more
Seniors are particularly prone to diseases that negatively affect communication skills. Fortunately, learning more about these conditions and the available treatment options like spe...read more
Characterized by issues with memory, cognitive function, and behavior, Alzheimer’s disease is a complex condition that is hard to understand. But while a lot currently remains u...read more
The safest and most successful nursing home and rehabilitation centers are made up of qualified, compassionate, and award-winning staff who strive to provide the highest le...read more
To keep your elderly loved ones healthy, it’s important to make sure they stay active. That’s why the professionals at Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, offering occupational thera...read more
For caregivers, every day can seem like an uphill battle. In this case, respite care is of the utmost importance to ensure those tasked with caring for the elderly or the infirm are ...read more
In older age, our bodies become more vulnerable to stress and trauma, whether it’s caused by injury, health conditions, or a surgical procedure. But as Hughes Health & Rehab...read more
Sun, swimming, barbecues, travel — summertime is full of fun. The warmer months also pose hidden dangers, however, especially for seniors. By taking some added elderly care precautio...read more
The term “sandwich generation” was created in 1981 to describe middle-aged people who take care of their parents as well as their own children. Elderly care alongside child care can ...read more
Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, a post-acute care facility in Hartford, CT, has been named one of America's Best for Extended Care by the Women's Choice Award®, America's tr...read more
With June being Alzheimer’s Disease and Brain Awareness Month, it’s the perfect time to educate yourself and those around you about this illness. Here, the elderly care professionals...read more
As a nursing home in West Hartford, CT, that values post-acute, long-term health care, Hughes Health & Rehabilitation encourages everyone to show support during Alzheimer’s ...read more
With more and more schools throughout Connecticut requiring students to give back to their communities, you might be looking for a place to complete volunteer hours during your summe...read more
More than 100,000 older adults are getting ready to celebrate National Senior Health & Fitness Day on Wednesday, May 31. For the 24th year in a row, older citizens will come toge...read more
Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, in West Hartford, CT, was one of the post-acute care facilities across the country participating in National Nursing Home Week from May 14-20...read more
Wanting your loved one to be cared for and comfortable while sick or at the end of their life is a common request among family members. Without knowing the difference between palliat...read more
April is National Occupational Therapy (OT) month. To celebrate, Greater Hartford, CT’s Hughes Health & Rehabilitation highlights the top benefits of occupational thera...read more
Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, Greater Hartford’s leading rehabilitation center for more than five decades, cares deeply about the comfort and well-being of their residents. Thi...read more
As your elderly loved ones continue to age, it is more important than ever they eat foods that offer the best nutritional value. This March, join Hughes Health & Rehabilitation —...read more
Caring for elderly family members can be incredibly rewarding, but let’s face it — it’s no easy feat. Thankfully, there’s respite care from Hughes Health & Rehabilitation for whe...read more
February is American Heart Month, and as we age, our risk for developing heart disease increases. But there are many things we can do to decrease this risk, and it’s never too early ...read more
At Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, located in the heart of West Hartford, CT, they believe in offering patients the best physical therapy and elderly care in town. When you’re a ...read more
West Hartford Mayor Shari Cantor and State Sen. Beth Bye recently honored Hughes Health & Rehabilitation, in West Hartford, CT, with proclamations for the numerous regi...read more
When considering rehabilitation or elderly care for your loved one this year, it’s important to choose a place where they’ll feel at home. With its long-standing tradition of compass...read more
January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. In its recognition of the eye disorder, Hughes Health & Rehabilitation — a highly respected rehabilitation center that also pro...read more
Helping a loved one with dementia enjoy holiday celebrations might seem like a challenge. But there are some simple steps you can take to make your loved one feel included and happy....read more
The holidays can be a difficult time for long-term health care residents. While they are well cared for, they miss being at home with family. That’s why it’s important to visit your ...read more
If you are currently looking for a way to improve the life of someone else, one of the best places to start is at your local nursing home. When you become a volunteer at Hughes Healt...read more
November is a time to raise awareness for loved ones, friends, and family who have been affected by Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awarene...read more
Did you know October is National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM)? At Hughes Health & Rehabilitation in West Hartford, CT, this marks a time to not only continually provide the best...read more
Aging can involve numerous changes — both positive and negative — but with a good understanding of what’s going with your body, it’s possible to enjoy this natural life process....read more
Unless you work directly in the rehabilitation industry or a related field, chances are you might not know about the Joint Commission. Approval from their inspectors is one of the ma...read more
Hughes Health & Rehabilitation is incredibly proud to have earned the 2016 Gold -- Excellence in Quality Award for superior performance in the long term and post-acute care profe...read more