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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.
1200 Harwood Dr S
Brooke works as a Life Enrichment/Wellness Assistant at Touchmark at Harwood Groves. She has been making her mark by finding ways to adapt to new standards to bring top-notch activities to our community. She has adopted creative strategies to engage residents and used technology to connect residents with their family members. She also stepped up to be the main creator of a special pandemic-period newsletter and volunteered to be a Utility Worker to assist in other neighborhoods. When asked what actions she takes to keep herself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, she says:
George’s primary role at Touchmark on Harwood Groves is as a driver on the Life Enrichment/Wellness team, but since the pandemic started, he has been more than willing to jump into the Health Services department and help out on the floor in memory care. George previously had worked in a group home setting before coming to Touchmark, and he is always willing to help his co-workers with a smile on his face. He uplifts his teammates when needed, and the residents adore him. He is always singing or dancing to brighten days. George often volunteers to stay after his shift to ensure all residents are back home from appointments and to make sure the floor is covered for the evening shift so the night goes smoothly. When asked what actions he takes to keep himself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, he says:
Solveig works as a Life Enrichment/Wellness Assistant at Touchmark at Harwood Groves. She has been instrumental in adapting activities for residents during this challenging time, using virtual methods and drawing on her faith to bring daily devotionals to those missing regularly scheduled spiritual services. She has been dubbed the “PPE Queen” due to her commitment to ensuring there is proper PPE available to team members wherever they need it, and further supported her colleagues by stepping in as a Utility Worker and CNA. When asked what actions she takes to keep herself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, she says:
Tony works at Touchmark at Harwood Groves as a cook in Dining Services. He has led by example by wearing his mask diligently everywhere he goes, including outside of work. He orders most everything online and is extremely clean at work. In fact, he has worn out a paper towel machine from washing his hands so often! He sanitizes his work station before using it even though he might have just watched somebody clean it. He has very high standards when it comes to cleanliness, and this has been very appreciated. When asked what actions he takes to keep himself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, he says: