Expanding the possibilities.


Expanding the possibilities.
Expanding the possibilities.
Annual Report 2011
Connecticut Center for Healthy Aging • Arbor Rose • Jerome Home
The Orchards at Southington • Mulberry Gardens of Southington
Mulberry Gardens at Marian Heights • Southington Care Center
Not for profit members of Central Connecticut Senior Health Services
Our Mission
Our mission at Central Connecticut Senior Health Services is to provide and
promote wellness and independence to ensure optimal quality of life for the
people we serve.
Our Vision
Through our integrated services and continuum of care we will become our
communities’ choice in meeting their health and wellness needs.
Our Governing Boards
Central Connecticut Senior Health Services, Inc. Board of Directors
John C. Matulis, Jr., Esq.
Carol Barno
John Dillaway
Carl J. Sokolowski, Esq.
Vice Chairman
Patricia Walden
VP of Operations
John S. Manning
Clarence J. Silvia
Craig Bogdanski, D.O.
Harry Mazadoorian, Esq.
Joseph Crispino, Esq.
John F. Mullett
Daniel Daigle
Dennis Stanek
Phillip T. Davidson
Susan N. Venberg
Barbara Mackay
Audrey Zack
Jerome Home Board of Trustees
Clarence J. Silvia
Daniel Daigle
Phillip T. Davidson
John Manning
Vice Chairman
Harry Mazadoorian, Esq.
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A Message from Our President & Vice President
Dear Friends,
“All positive change in the world comes from our ideas of what we
believe is possible.”
—Alexandra Jamieson
As we enter a new season of growth and change, we are drawn to focus
on the possibilities that lie ahead in creating the future of aging services
with new partners and collaborative processes across a fully integrated
continuum of care.
Central Connecticut Senior Health Services has grown from one skilled
nursing and rehabilitation community to a full spectrum of senior
care, offering independent and assisted living, as well as a variety of
community-based resources to help people age in place, in whatever
place they call home. In 1990, we served approximately 500 individuals.
By 2011, this number has risen to more than 10,000 people each year.
This report puts faces on those numbers, with the acknowledgement
that they are a small sampling of the collective wisdom, experience,
and life-force within our Central Connecticut Senior Health Services family. They are individuals who have
embraced change, started a new chapter in their lives, or helped us in some other way to fulfill our mission.
Our goal is to continue to support them in whatever way we can. Our experience has taught us that when
you expand the possibilities for one—whether resident, patient, employee, family member, volunteer, or
friend—we expand the possibilities for others, for the organization as a whole, and for the communities
around us.
We invite you to join us in the mission of creating the future of aging services as we enthusiastically explore
and expand the possibilities together.
Kind regards,
Trish Walden
Vice President
Clarence J. Silvia
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Starting the relationship...
at the Connecticut Center for Healthy Aging
s is the case with most of the individuals who access the Connecticut Center for Healthy Aging,
the initial phone call or contact is usually just the beginning of a relationship. The Center suggests
possibilities and offers solutions that are as varied as the seniors and families it serves. To do that,
the staff needs to get to know each family and their challenges.
Linda Carrano was impressed with the instant rapport that Marc Levesque, senior resource case manager,
created with her mom during the first of two home assessments. “Marc was instrumental in connecting
with my mother on a person-to-person basis to better get to know her needs and preferences. He was also
instrumental in providing my brother and me with links to community resources.”
Through the Connecticut Center for Healthy Aging, Linda and her mom learned of Mulberry Gardens’ Adult
Day Center, a day center that provides hot meals, socialization, activities, and a variety of therapeutic
activities designed to help seniors age in place and flourish. According to Linda, “Mom likes it, and we like
that she likes it.” 
The Wisdom Awards
The Wisdom Awards, an event held in April, honored and celebrated seniors over the
age of 70 years old who serve as a model of graceful aging and continue to make
a difference in ways great or small. Proceeds from the Wisdom Awards benefit the
Connecticut Center for Healthy Aging as well as the Central Connecticut Senior Health
Services Life Stories program.
Above: Marc Levesque,
senior resource case
manager, escorts
Toni Height, one of
the Wisdom Awards
At left: Recipients of
the Wisdom Awards.
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quality of life...
at The Orchards at
fter a 20-year career
in market research,
Pamela Smith knew
that she wanted a change.
She also knew she wanted to
give back in some way, but
was unsure beyond that. Her
journey began with volunteer
work and led to a degree in
human development and
gerontology and a position
at the Connecticut Center for
Healthy Aging.
Now, eight years later, as the
coordinator of resident services
at The Orchards at Southington,
she has the privilege of helping
enhance the quality of life for
residents and their families.
What led her to this point
was, in her words, “listening to
myself and others—and being
open to the possibilities.”
Pamela sees many similarities
between what she currently
does, and what originally put
her on this new career path.
Often she is working with
residents and their families as
they are going through a period
of change. “I believe that the
key in making this all work is
treating people with respect and
dignity by listening to them,
and also helping them see that
Above: Resident Services Coordinator and Gerontologist Pamela Smith stands
by long-time Orchards’ resident, Mary Cammisa.
life at any stage can be rich with
new opportunities.” As Pamela
tells it, her mid-life career switch
was the equivalent of “a little
red convertible.” While she may
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have missed out on a sporty new
car, she has never regretted her
choice—and the residents, staff,
and families of The Orchards are
delighted. 
Going above and beyond...
at Mulberry Gardens of Southington
You know, I was never much of a joiner before I got
here,” notes Betty Furlong.
“Here” refers to Mulberry Gardens, the community that she
toured and chose as her new home in October, 2010. After
celebrating her one year anniversary, she shares, “I have not
yet found a downside here, and I don’t think that I will because
everyone goes above and beyond every day. And if I can help
someone get her sweater on or give a hand to someone else who
needs it, of course I’ll do it.”
According to those who know her, Betty does a lot more. She
also serves
on the
Betty Furlong, pictured above with Exercise
Physiologist Robert Keith, shares a laugh while
Committee, sitting by the fireplace at Mulberry Gardens.
a group of
staff, families, and volunteers who help the community
determine its goals and progress in making Mulberry
Gardens the best possible place to live, work, and visit.
The Four Seasons Room, a 550-square foot area that
overlooks the wooded property and adds year-round
light and space for residents, staff, families, volunteers,
and other visitors to enjoy, was one of those projects.
Betty not only contributed to the Four Seasons Room,
she also helped to raise funds for it with her hall mate
Marie by overseeing the goodies table at the Annual
Craft Fair. “It’s a good place to cozy up with a book,” she
muses. “I’m glad I supported this project and this fine
community that I call home.” 
The Four Seasons Room, completed in April of this
year, provides a quiet and comfortable spot for
residents to enjoy a beautiful view of the wooded
grounds at Mulberry Gardens.
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Relieving the stress of caregiving...
at Mulberry Gardens Adult Day Centers
n 2010, a grant from New Britain’s American Savings
Foundation was instrumental in expanding possibilities
for Greater New Britain’s seniors and their families.
Through their support, Mulberry Gardens at Marian Heights
Adult Day Center introduced cognitive and physical
fitness programs for clients as well as preventative health
screenings and a variety of holistic and complementary
More than 65 million people, or 29% of the U.S. population,
provide care for a disabled or elderly family member
or friend during any given year, spending an average of
twenty hours per week providing care. Statistics like this
one highlight the importance of more resources for these
Fortunately, the American Savings Foundation’s mission
of supporting families synced perfectly with Central
Anna Wolfenden, Marian Heights adult day member,
enjoys an intergenerational activity with her friend
Connecticut Senior Health Services’ mission to help
Savannah from the on-site child daycare.
seniors maintain their independence in their community
environment and relieve some of the stress of family caregivers.
“Because of American Savings Foundation, we are able to cook for and with the residents. It really is a great
interactive and therapeutic activity,”
Leonora Rodriguez, day center recreation director, enjoys the
shares Tonya Lok, site coordinator.
Grandparent’s Day celebration at Mulberry Gardens of Southington.
From senior friendly exercise
equipment, to a cognitive fitness
system to maintain brain function,
to a massage chair to promote
relaxation, the Center provides
programming for seniors who
want to remain independent in the
community as they grow older. 
Mulberry Gardens offers two
convenient adult day centers—
Mulberry Gardens of Southington and
Mulberry Gardens at Marian Heights in
New Britain!
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Supporting the
good work...
at Jerome Home
or some people, change
happens gradually. And for
others, necessity dictates a
much quicker timetable.
Take for instance, the journey of
Mildred Shockley and her son
Tony. With three days notice,
they orchestrated a move that
brought Mildred across seven
states to be closer to her family.
The next step was finding the
right Connecticut senior care
community. When shopping
around, they were told to visit
Jerome Home.
The recommendation was a
fortuitious one. As Tony relates,
“My wife works in healthcare. I
used to work in healthcare, in
different organizations and in
different parts of the country. I
have to say that I’ve never been
around a more friendly, caring
bunch of people in my whole
The Attwood Residence at
Jerome Home nurtures Mildred’s
social nature, something that
was not always the case in the
rural community she inhabited
before moving to Jerome Home.
She also sees her grandsons
more often. Both Mildred and
her son agree that the move has
improved her quality of life.
(l-r): Mildred, Tony, his wife Jen, and Beverly Lonero, the ACES volunteer who
collaborated with Mildred on her Life Story, admire the fruits of their efforts.
That’s one of the reasons why
Tony has become a donor as well
as a family member. “We love
the mission, we love Planetree,
we feel like it’s just a little thing
we can do to help.”
Mildred has also become active
in supporting the good work
at Jerome Home in her own
fashion. After participating
in the Life Story program,
for example, she encouraged
other residents to expand their
horizons by becoming involved
in the program. “She’s my
biggest cheerleader!” shares
ACES Life Stories Coordinator
Bill Stanchelek.
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Everyone has a story
to tell, and the Life
Stories project is going
a long way toward
recording those
stories for history.
With a grant from
Americorps through
the initiative called
Americorps in Eldercare
Settings (ACES), Life
Stories is able to
record seniors’ stories
in a variety of ways in
order to preserve their
Finding home, community and family...
at Arbor Rose at Jerome Home
The care . . . and the caring.”
Those are the words that Regina
Gourson uses to describe what
makes Arbor Rose special, and
they are as true now as they
were three years ago when she
moved in.
A long-time New Britain
resident, Regina passed by
Jerome Home and the more
recently built Arbor Rose almost
every day in the city where she
raised a family,
supported her
husband’s work
in the pharmacy
industry, and
worked as a
registered nurse
and volunteer.
number of good friends, many of
whom are also from New Britain.
A prolific reader and lifelong
student, Regina is also involved
in the Arbor Rose community
through the Residents’ Council,
a variety of activities, and as a
Why does she give? Regina is
quick to note that it is part of
her heritage as “the First Law of
the Torah is that you must give.”
She also derives pleasure from
seeing someone else enjoy a
project she’s supported. Finally,
her philanthropy is fueled by her
deep connection to Arbor Rose.
She summarizes it simply: “It’s
our home, our community, and
our family.” 
Jerome Home and Arbor Rose share a beautiful courtyard for
residents and families to enjoy.
When she
found herself
in a situation
where she
needed some
more assistance
as well as the
peace of mind
that she’d have
more help if she
needed it, “there
was no question
that I should
be here,” recalls
She’s made a
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Competent and compassionate care...
at Southington Care Center
knee replacement.
Benny’s attitude positively
impacts all who meet him. His
philosophy is simple, and is
no doubt one of the keys to his
energy and vitality. “When I
see someone alone, or needing
help, I pitch in because I know
that it helps me as much as it
helps them.” 
Josephine Carbone with
Benny Cammuso, volunteer,
former short-term rehabilitation patient, and relative
of a former resident.
enny Cammuso came to
the United States from
Italy in his teens and
started working for a living
almost immediately. After
he retired four decades later,
he thought, “Sure, I could
go fishing, but I’d rather do
something that really makes me
feel good.”
Now he volunteers for a
number of Southington
organizations, including
Knights of Columbus, the
Elks, Bread for Life, Calendar
House, and the Emergency
Response Certification Team.
He’s also active at Southington
Care Center because he
witnessed the competent
and compassionate care
provided there when his sisterin-law was a resident, and
experienced it when staying
as a short-term patient after a
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Central Connecticut
Senior Health Services
has adopted a philosophy
of “relationship-centered
care” known as Planetree.
As Planetree communities,
we partner with the
residents and family
members to identify and
satisfy individual needs
and preferences.
In addition to improving
the resident and family
experience, we also
support the professional
and personal aspirations
of staff members, who
can more effectively care
for residents if they are
cared for themselves.
Thank You to Our Donors
October 1, 2010-December 31, 2011
We thank you for your generous gifts that expand the possibilities within our organization. Gifts can be made in honor or
in memory of a loved one. Tribute gifts may also be made in honor of an event or a special occasion, all of which directly
support Central Connecticut Senior Health Services programs and initiatives.
Please keep in mind that your donation is tax-deductible. You may use the enclosed envelope to make a donation
to any one of our entities. We apologize in advance if your name was omitted or misspelled inadvertently. If so, please
notify Julie Norko, director of development and philanthropy, at 860-378-1284.
Arbor Rose/
Jerome Home
Principal Patrons
Regina Gourson
Lions Club of
New Britain
Harry and Janice Mazadoorian
North Central Area Agency on Aging, Inc.
Dr. Earle and Jane Sittambalam
Ralph Ahlberg
Blamoh Boima
Paula Bombola
Lisa G. Connolly
John and Brenda Manning
Maryalice Morin
Mary Anne Nunn
Judith Pascoe
Lori Toombs
James Vance
Robert Zapatka
(up to $249)
A.H.Harris & Sons, Inc.
Barbara and Ray Andrews
Nicole R. Archambault-
Ashford Education Association
Michele Asselin
Lia Avilez
Annette S. Baba
Shirley Bachus
Kevin M. Banak
Mary M. Banak
Doug Barber
Joseph A. Barbino
Carol Barno
Bella Barry
Cynthia Bazzano
Jeanette Belliveau
Bey Sell Construction
Dorothea R. Bobinski
Lydia Bonilla
Peter L. Bosco
Stacy-Ann T. Bowen
John A. Bradbury
Gloria Bruce
Ronald V. Bucci
Robert Caron
Amparo Castaneda
Henry Colello
Mary Louise Condon
William J. Conlon
Connecticut Computer Service Inc.
Thomas P. Conti
Corporation for Independent Living
Co-workers of Sikorsky Aircraft CT and PA
Irena Dabrowski
Thomas E. Dennis
Department of
Developmental Services South Region
Donna DiCesare
Carmela DiMaio
Robert DiMaio
Grace DiMugno
Kevin Doherty
Helen Drenzek
Carol Duksa
Pat Dutkiewicz
Edward P. Goldsmith Painting
Pat Eleveld
Euro Homecare, LLC
Ralph Faluotico
Family Birthplace
New Britain General
William and Rosemary Farrell
First Company
Governor’s Horse Guards
Jane Fitzmaurice
Roger W. Floyd
Kathy Fortier
Jennifer Gaetano
Sarah Geisler
Linda J. Gertz
Stephen Glynn
Rhoda Gorfain
Carol C. Grant
Judith B. Gross
Lucy Gualtieri
Tom Gugliotti
Judi Housman
William E. Huber
Bruce L. Hunt
Interim Healthcare
It’s Never Too Late
Alex Jaksina
Jim McMahon
Handiman LLC
Stephen D. Johnson
Beverly A. Kearns
Elaine Keendoacki
Pauline M. Klimek
Ann S. Kowalski
Edward F. Kowalski
Laura Kubick
Susan Kuchman
Donna C. Labrecque
Francis LaMontagne
Robert LaQuerre
Carol Larese
Darryl Lefebvre
Tracy Lemanski
Elaina Letendre
Mark S. Levy
Robert Lewandoski
Joanna Link
Beverly Lonero
John Longo
Laura Lorenzetti
Kathryn Lubin
Richard and Elizabeth Lynch
Edward T. Lyons
Mace Company, LLC
Terry Mahoney
Rosa Mai
Paolina Mangifico
Nick Mango
Juliana Mantey
Dominic Marenna
Linda Martinelli
Carole Marzi
Dan Marzi
Katie Mauriello
Deborah Mazza
Melvin McCarty
Edward J. McCormack
Janet McDermott
Measurement Specialties
William Menoche
Meriden Office of
the Dept. of
Developmental Services
Norman L. Milliard
Fatin Mohamed
Justine Moriarty
Eugene Morris
Rita Nadeau-Breive
Colleen Nicastro
Jodi Norkiewicz
Julie M. Norko
Northeast Riggers, Inc.
Mark Nowakowski
Charles G. Obrien
Shelley B. Obrien
Peter Odlum
Joanne E. O’Keefe
Arlene Oleksy
Joyce A. Opoku
Sue Pavano
Plainville Senior Center
Gretchen Plourde
Jeffrey Pocock
Jessica Potrepka
Josephine Quartey
Rejean Pelletier Carpentry, LLC
Carol Reznik
Sharon Robinson
Carol Rocha
Gail Rogers
Roma Pizza
Jeffrey Rotko
Patricia Russell
Dan Ryan
Anne E. Schmidt
Lois Schmidt
Audrey Schulde
Gina D. Senese
Angela Sheehan
Anthony Shockley
Shuttle Meadow
Garden Club
John K. Sikora
Billy Smith
Geoffrey C. Smith
Thomas G. Smith
William Smith
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Prakseda Stirbys
Stop & Shop
Erika K. Stinson
Suburban Woman’s Club
of New Britain
Marilyn Szymanski
Rosemarie Tedesco
Elliott D. Tertes
The Warehouse Store Fixture Company
Pat Thibodeau
Delores Thompson
Patrick A. Tufano
Dorothy Tuttle
Deborah Tyler
United Bank
Donna Valente
Maritzabell Vega
Peter Veronesi
Gary W. Volz
Henry Von Wodtke
Patricia M. Walden
Joan N. Wetherell
Maryjayne Wierbicki
Rinette Y. Yancik
Julia Yarincik
Marc Zimmerman
Central Connecticut
Senior Health Services
(Connecticut Center for
Healthy Aging Included)
Director’s Circle
($25,000 and above)
Wal-Mart Foundation
Principal Benefactors
Foundation for Long Term Care
The Gibney Family Foundation
Principal Patrons
Francis Cichowski
Ron Cichowski
Serafino Pharmacy
Thank You to Our Donors
October 1, 2010-December 31, 2011
United Way of Southington
Patricia M. Walden
Craig Bogdanski
Julie M. Norko
Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation
Clarence J. and Joan
Sally Sizer
Carl J. Sokolowski
(up to $249)
Shirley Atwood
Gloria Bogdanski
James Borovsky
Maureen Boyle
Deborah Brown
Ann M. Carone
Lillith Chapman
Nancy Chepan
Joyce Church
Ralph R. Ciaburri
Andrew B. Connolly
Nancy Crampton
Christine Debienski
Christine Dzierlatka
Lindsay Dzierlatka
Stefanie Dzierlatka
Christine Fanelli
Lisa Galvin
Michael C. Giannini
Theresa Goffred
Healthy Cafe
Catering Co.
Jane L. Hollman
Barbara H. Kelley
Christopher Laux
Howard N. Lund
Barbara R. Mackay
Elizabeth A. Maloney
Michael Manware
Terri-Gayle Mazur
Ann L. Minor
Ronald A. Naiman
Craig Norton
Nick Norton
Marie T. Onofrio
Olindo Parenti
Greig J. Picking
Jessica Potrepka
Carmine P. Riccitelli
Rick Laporte
Painting, LLC
Beverly Ryan
Breina Schain
Ralph Sgrillo
Theodore Stasiuk
Robin J. Taillie
United Way of West
Central CT, Inc
Valley Floor
Covering, LLC
Raymond and Susan Venberg
Joseph L. Williamson
Lawrence P. Wilson
Mulberry Gardens
of Southington
Principal Patrons
Stanley P. Bitel
Elizabeth Furlong
Dr. Paul and Margaret Larson
North Central Area Agency on Aging, Inc.
Activate Southington
Beacon Prescriptions - Bristol
Edward P. Delaney
Mark and Leonora Durand
John M. Harnick
Ludwig Krammer
United Way of Southington
(up to $249)
Rodney D. Abbott
Beaver Ridge United Methodist Church
Nancy C. Bocwinski
Laura Boggio
Priscilla Boima
Maureen Boyle
Michael Brinker
Anne Brunelli
Ryan Buckman
Julie Bugaj
Becky Cagley
Barbara Cahill
Nicholas Cannata
Carol Ann Carlone
Allison Cocco
Mary Coviello
Jean Croce
Diane Dahn
Marika M. DeLagrave
Michael DiPietro
Jennifer Doty
Amelia Eterginio
Stacy Francis
Deborah Frisk
James Gallagher
Jane S. Gingras
Milton C. Gunther
Janet M. Hale
Rennold G. Hanson
Health Complex
Highland Hill Condominium Association, Inc.
Christina Hill
Linda Hill
HPC Foods, Mike Litin
Kevin’s Building and Remodeling LLC
Andrew W. Kiyak
Maria Klepacki
Jadwiga Labbe
Debbie Lalonde
Sheryl Lavoie
Tonya Lok
LTF Bookkeeping Services
Albert P. Mattarocci
Kathy A. Mihailoff
Paula Morelli
Norman A. Morey
Barbara Mulcahy
Nancy Narsis
Sandra Page
Laura Papallo
Perfectemp Inc.
Perry Phillips
Judy Pinto
Lori Pisani
Nicholas Pisani
David J. Pizzuto
James Pizzuto
Deborah Poland
John E. Rivera
Dorothy H. Rizzi
Mary Roberts
Mary Jean Rose
Linda K. Rudnick
David M. Santoro
Theresa Saucier
Mary J. Schneider
Frank Sequenzia
Arthur Shedd
Randy T. Skelding
Margaret Slywka
Joanne Smith
Janet Sokol
Lola Specyalski
John Swiatek
Grace Talbot
Laurence A. Tanner
Maria Tarantino
Rosemarie Tedesco
Marie Terzak
Carmen Washenko
Dawn Yablonski
Care Center
The Orchards at
Principal Benefactors
Capital Workforce Partners
Katherine I. Daddona
Principal Patrons
James Burgess
Serafino Pharmacy
Ann Lowe
Audrey Vinci
(up to $249)
Virginia B. Antey
Atotech USA, Inc.
Cynthia L. Babbit
Cynthia Babbitt
Edesa Ciscar
Kathleen Cunningham
Thomas and Joan
Zyta Czuprynski
Joann Doerschug
Jack and Catherine Douglas
Gainfield Sunshine Fund
Martin Gamache
Patricia C. Harding
William Hill
Patty Hooper
Sandra Ingriselli
Ian Irazabal
Fanny M. Janazzo
Kathleen Johnson
Rita Jones
Jacqueline Kavadas
Michele Korby-Gale
Kelly Maccione
Carol Madsen
Brenda Martin
Michael Mazzera
Edward and Victoria Nardi
Fred Nolan
Rochelle Northover
Debbie Rochester
Debbie Sabatino
David M. Santoro
Miriam Schwartz
Pamela J. Smith
Jennifer Wade
Shirley Woodard
Johni and Elizabeth Yousefzadeh
Richard Zimmer
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Principal Patrons
Joe & Kay Calvanese Foundation
Robert A. Ploszay
Joseph Stiklius
Carl Temme
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Women and Girls Fund
Transportation, LLC
Apple Valley Quilters of Southington
Shirley Axtmayer-
Rolande Blanchette
Gloria Bogdanski
The Broad Brook Company
Mary R. Celella
Francis Cichowski
Conn. Construction Industries
Association, Inc.
Cassie Dibble
Ralph Forgione
Jeffrey A. Gagnon
David Govoni
Elise Kabela-Cormier
L. Suzio Concrete Company
Patricia E. Marrone
Francis Mazrolle
Steve McCarty
Evelyn McKay
Andrea Merola
Deborah A. Milewski
Miramar Fiduciary Corporation
Mohegan Sun Casino
O & G Industries, Inc
OmniCare Inc. of CT
Marie T. Onofrio
Lisa Rodriques
Rosary Society
Betsey M. Sarris
Scripps Howard Foundation
Charles R. Shea
Southington Lions Club
Thank You to Our Donors
October 1, 2010-December 31, 2011
St. Thomas Ministry of Prayer
Stanley Works - Greenwich
Superior, Inc.
Martha Trask
Thomas G. Ulinskas
Patricia M. Walden
Janice Wheaton
Leocadia Wolak Zak
(up to $249)
Acme Monaco Corporation
ADF Industries, Inc.
Joseph J. Anziano
Mark D. Aprea
Reynold Archambault
Shirley Archick
Edward J. Aszklar
Bryce W. Atkinson
John J. Ausanka
Eleanore R. Bandecchi
Carol Barno
David Barry
Norbert H. Beauchemin
Carolyn Behr
Joseph H. Biernat
Nancy F. Bosco
John Bott
Maureen Boyle
Sally Brennan
Nancy B. Brierly
J. Robert Britton
Andrew M. Brochu
Deborah Brown
Marta Brunalli
Ronald V. Bucci
Michele M. Buccino
Susan Burke
Donald P. Burkhardt
Cafe Del Mundo
Karen M. Calvanese
Ben Cammuso
Faye R. Carbone
Lucy Carbone
Dennis Carruth
Sara E. Cary
Anita M. Casella
Mary R. Casey
Joyce Church
William M. Cohen
Diane Collin
Mary R. Colston
Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc.
ConnectiCare, Inc.
Connecticut Business Systems
Connecticut Computer Service Inc.
Carmen Costano
Mary Coviello
Mary Ellen Cowles
Alicia Cox
Helen C. Crispino
Critical Edge Group
Cromwell Automotive
M. Patricia Dalton
Denise D’Aunno
George H. Davey
Carla B. Davidson
Florence Defeo
Sheri DeFilio
William R. Della Vecchia
Edward J. Dellabitta
Rose Dellabitta
Halyna Dionne
Joseph T. Dlugosz
Cathy Donnelly
Julie P. Donovan
Joan Driscoll
Clara Duksa
Jane Emmons
Employees of Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
Frederick M. Esbaner
Joan Estra
Euro Homecare, LLC
Elenora S. Falzarano
Sallie V. Field
Linda Firmani
T. Grace Firnhaber
John T. Foley
Raymond E. Fornwald
Friends of South End Elementary School
Elizabeth K. Fumiatti
Gina M. Gallo
Vatche Ghazarian
Salvatore Giacco
Edward Gilligan
Robert F. Gionfriddo
Dorothy L. Glynn
Amy Goldstein
Mark Goodheart
Beverly Gormley
Deborah L. Gormley
Dennis M. Gormley
Joseph H. Goyette
Sara Granier
Carol C. Grant
Mark Gregoretti
Susan E. Gregoretti
Griffin Child Development Center of Southington
Griffin Medical
Gloria Jean Halligan
Irene Hart
Ruth E. Heering
Judy Heinke
Joan S. Helms
Richard J. Henne
Tina Hetzler
Barbara C. Hoffman
June K. Hoffman
Jane L. Hollman
Robert E. Holm
Maryann M. Horton
Integro, LLC
G. Donald Jacobson
Fanny M. Janazzo
Nancy A. Jobbagy
Zane E. Jones
Grazyna Kaminska
Mary F. Kane
Genevieve Kaniewski
Caroline K. Keefe
Margaret Keith
Hiram Kelsey
Catherine Kern
Kathryn Ketchum
Kiltonic Post No 72 American Legion
Paula Knight
Jay O. Knipe
Anatole E. Konstantin
Lori-Jean Lacaria
John R. Lacey
Philip Lacourciere
Norman O. Lalonde
Christina Lapierre
Elsie Lapman
Albert Lapreay
Judith LeClair
Margaret Lemrise
William LePage
Jacqueline Lewis
Donna J. Liljestrand
Lincoln Tech
Albert P. Lindemann
Mariateresa Lombardi
John Longo
Ann K. Lorenzo
Marion M. Lovely
Gary S. Lowenstein
M. DeMatteo
Construction Company
Eugene D. Manware
James F. Manware
Nancy L. Martin
Sally Martin
Manuel G. Martinez
Ellin Mattie
Anthony G. Mauro
Mitchell Mazur
Carole S. McCarthy
Gordon McCarty
Carolyn H. McClellan
Irmgard Meisterling
Alan Mendelson
Rosalie Mesite
Barbara Meyer
Anthony L. Milano
L. Steven Minkel
Ann L. Minor
Joseph A. Mirando
Arlene B. Mobarak
Joseph E. Morek
Laurie Mozian
Agnes Murawski
Ellen M. Ness
New Mill Restaurant
Angeline E. Nonemacher
Barbara S. Nosanow
Norma G. Noyes
Charles O’Brien
Cheryl R. Olson
Susan R. Ostermueller
David Pagano
Anthony Palmieri
Mary Jane Panella
Daisy L. Paradis
Gary W. Paradis
Michael Pariano
Michael D. Parks
Michelle Parrish
Cynthia Parsons
James J. Pelletier
Timothy N. Pelton
Vito Pesce
Ceil Pettit
Karl R. Pfluger
Katherine Piazza
Mary H. Pilch
Pharmacy, Inc.
Olga M. Plocharczyk
Susan M. Poppe
Jessica Potrepka
Cathy Poulin
Dorothy M. Powers
Deborah A. Putnam
Henry Quarti
Donna Raymond
Maryan Regan
Kathryn C. Reinhard
Ruth E. Riccio
Sharon Robinson
Mildred Rogozinski
Michael A. Rossi
Martha Sadusky
David M. Santoro
Sculptures Salon
Kenneth Seitz
William Shaw
Shawmut Equipment Company, Inc.
Edmund Sheruc
Simply Wireless
George E. Skarvinko
Kevin Smith
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Peter R. Smith
Carl J. Sokolowski
James Sokolowski
Teresa Sottys
Southington Post Office
Erika K. Stinson
Recreation Fund
Andrew Spagnoletti
Jacqueline St. John
St. Thomas School students
Adolph Stachkunas
Richard M. Strukus
Elizabeth Sullivan
Rita Susco
Richard Swenton
Robin J. Taillie
Timothy Taylor
Elizabeth A. Tedesco
Joseph W. Tedesco
Brenda J. Tella
Dorothy W. Testa
The Buckingham Routh Company
The Nicholas Pannullo and Maureen T. Pannullo Living Trust
Regina Thomas
Ellen Thomas-Jones
Toce Brothers, Inc
Fred Tomassetti
Tomasso Brothers, Inc.
UConn Health Center Library Staff
Theresa Urban
Anthony L. Urillo
Carol Veronneau
Judith Vince
W. B. Mason
Laura Walker
Gregory Williamson
Willis HRH
Thank you
for your
Financial Summary
Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2011
Consolidated Income Statement
Other Payors
Total Patient/Resident Revenue
Other Operating Revenue
Total Revenue
Salaries & Salary Related
Other Non Salary
Nursing Home Provider Tax
Debt Service & Depreciation
Total Expenses
Operating Gain/(Loss) $24,761,099
Expense by Type
3% - Nursing Home
Provider Tax
8% - Debt Service
and Depreciation
19% - Other Non
70% - Salary and
Salary Related
Revenue by Service
Revenue by Payor
1% - Adult Day Care
31% - Assisted
2% - Outpatient
18% - Nursing Home
Short Term Rehab
2% - Other Operating Revenue
4% - Other Payors
1% - Contributions
14% - Medicare
58% - Private
48% - Nursing Home
Long Term Care
21% - Medicaid
Expanding the Possibilities
Expanding the Possibilities
ach gift to Central Connecticut Senior
Health Services, a not for profit
organization, comes from someone
special: a grateful resident, short-term patient,
client, family member, employee, volunteer
or friend, who sees the many great things
happening and generously shares what he or
she can. We are proud of the services that we
provide, and are delighted to accept donations
that help us enrich the lives of all members of
our extended Central Connecticut Senior Health
Services family.
Did you know that you can show your support
for Central Connecticut Senior Health Services by
making a gift that will cost nothing during your
lifetime? You can—through a planned gift like a
bequest or a gift of life insurance!
A planned (or deferred) gift is a type of
charitable gift that generally requires some
planning, most often with the assistance of a
financial advisor or an attorney. These gifts
• Gifts through Your Will
• Life Insurance
• Retirement Assets
• Appreciated Securities
• Charitable Gift Annuities
With many planned gift options, you can enjoy
significant tax benefits while helping future
generations of seniors and their families. Please
call 860-378-1284 or visit ctseniorcare.org for
more information. 
Did you know that...
• More than 700 people per year return home after short-term inpatient
rehabilitation in our entities?
• More than 400 individuals from the greater New Britain area benefit from Good Life
Fitness; a health, wellness and exercise program?
• More than 7,000 days of adult day care are provided annually at our day centers?
• More than 200 home assessments are provided annually through the Connecticut Center for Healthy Aging?
• More than 2,500 seniors and their families annually access educational resources,
consultation and related services to help age successfully in whatever place they call
More facts about our organization, resources, and other helpful information is available
at ctseniorcare.org.
Expanding the Possibilities
2011 Annual Report
Julie Norko, Cheryl Olson,
Erika Stinson
Contributing Writers:
Julie Norko, Trish Walden
Graphic Design:
Cheryl Olson
Main Photography:
Rusty Kimball
To request a copy of Central
Connecticut Senior Health
Services 2011 Annual Report,
please contact Director of
Development and Philanthropy
Julie Norko at 860-378-1284.
Central Connecticut Senior
Health Services is a not for
profit Hartford HealthCare
Central Connecticut
Senior Health Services
Connecticut Center for
Healthy Aging
860-276-5293 or
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Southington Care Center
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