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Touchpoints at Farmington Celebrates an Employee Safety Milestone
October 26, 2018The Touchpoints at Farmington team celebrated a key milestone in employee safety; 500 days without time lost to a work related injury. For all of their hard work, attention to safety and dedication to a team effort, the staff was treated to brick-oven pizza from Bill’s Mobile Brick Oven. iCare leadership shared with the Touchpoints at Farmington team that it takes “ideas, expectations, management, and enthusiasm to make such a safe workplace.”
Sarah Howroyd Joins iCare Health Network as Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services
October 24, 2018iCare Health Network has announced that Sarah Howroyd is joining the company as Director of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Howroyd will help to build out IHN’s mental health and substance use programming to be as person-centered and recovery-oriented as possible. She will create a forward-looking structure, business practices and network for new connections within IHN’s mental health and addiction treatment lines of business .
Fresh River Decorated for the Fall Season
October 22, 2018The main entrance to Fresh River Healthcare is dressed up for Fall, due in part to Crystal and Brooke. Crystal is a nurse with Beacon Hospice, Fresh River partner, and the mother and daughter team volunteered their time to make it happen. Special thanks to them!
Touchpoints at Bloomfield held a “Pink Party” to honor breast cancer survivors and raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Touchpoints’ Therapeutic Recreation Director Cindy Payne is herself a breast cancer survivor and organized the event.
On October 9, 2018, as part of the American Health Care Association’s Annual Conference in San Diego, CA, Administrator Jessica DeRing accepted a Bronze - Commitment to Quality Award on behalf 60 West. With this addition, all ten iCare managed skilled nursing communities have an AHCA Bronze or Silver Award.