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Touchmark Champions are team members who exemplify making smart decisions in all aspects of their lives to protect residents and their fellow team members.
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Maria is a certified caregiver at Touchmark at The Ranch, known for her uplifting attitude. She is always consistent in wearing the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) and encourages others to do the same. Maria can often be found putting on residents’ favorite music, dancing with them, and painting. Most memorably, she recently facilitated a no-touch Conga line and had everyone safely maneuvering around the Claremont neighborhood to some fun tunes. She enriches residents’ lives through small gestures and truly leaves her mark on all those with whom she comes in contact. When asked what actions she takes to keep herself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, she says:
Mike is a dedicated employee on the Member Services team at the Touchmark at The Ranch Health & Fitness Club. He has been crucial to his team as well as residents by not only supporting the Club’s needs but also working in Resident Services since the pandemic began. He now spends half his time maintaining the pool and leading our Trekkers program, and the other half serving residents at the Grand Lodge front desk. He always has his mask on and is very diligent about following the proper guidelines when outside of work. When asked what actions he takes to keep himself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, he says:
Teri has been truly resilient during this pandemic. Pre-COVID-19, she worked full time at the Health & Fitness Club. When the virus hit, she fully transitioned to Resident Services to facilitate resident screenings as well as the many Grand Lodge front desk duties (phones, dog walking, sanitizing areas, etc.). Residents absolutely love her spirit and strength and say she is a ray of sunshine. Teri always wears a mask and takes physical distancing very seriously in her personal life. When asked what actions she takes to keep herself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, she says: