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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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Aaron works at Touchmark at Fairway Village as a Building Services Assistant and is known for his positive attitude and willingness to help out, often covering shifts and answering calls after hours and on weekends. He has also built many meaningful relationships with residents. When asked what actions he takes to keep himself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, he says:
Jan works at Touchmark at Fairway Village on the Health & Fitness Member Services team. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Parkinson’s community immediately came to Jan’s mind. After learning how to connect virtually with clients and residents through Zoom, Jan started a virtual program to help connect with and keep this special group active and engaged. She was able to offer help, engagement, and exercise, which is vitally important. When asked what actions she takes to keep herself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, she says:
Laura works at Touchmark at Fairway Village as an Employee Wellness Coordinator. She is now teaching chair yoga and cardio classes in addition to her strength and balance class, to Health & Fitness Club members virtually. She has stayed connected and engaged with members of the community that has allowed them to keep in touch and find support. When asked what actions she takes to keep herself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, she says:
Tesa is an Assistant Resident Care Manager at Touchmark at Fairway Village. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 precautions, she has done a great job keeping the personal protective equipment (PPE) closet organized, making sure all the caregivers have the proper supplies. Recently Tesa turned down going to Arizona because their state was having more outbreaks and she did not want to risk any potential exposure to the residents. When asked what actions she takes to keep herself, residents, and fellow colleagues safe, she says: