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Touchpoints at Farmington Makes Technology and Social Media Training Available to Residents
January 18, 2019In partnership with social media and web consultants New Industria, Touchpoints at Farmington provided technology and social media training to residents. Knowing that with the holidays comes new gadgets, Touchpoints offered an hour long training session for a handful of residents on use of their tablets and devices, how to stay connected via social media and email, and other topics meant to increase their accessibility and communication with loved ones and their communities.
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.”
Tenley Brings Pet Therapy Back to Touchpoints at Farmington
August 29, 2018The residents at Touchpoints at Farmington have been delighted by a new friend who has been visiting the skilled nursing community on a regular basis. When Tenley comes through the door she is greeted with a very warm welcome. Tenley is a beautiful black and ruby Cavalier Kin Charles who has recently graduated from the Tails of Joy Training Program to become a Certified Pet Therapy Dog.
Touchpoints at Farmington celebrated a milestone in promoting and delivering on workplace safety, celebrating 400 hundred consecutive days without a lost day to workplace injury. In addition, Farmington has accrued another 30 days since the milestone was official and are working hard towards a goal of 500 days. More photos in the post.
A Touchpoints at Farmington resident provided a glowing testimonial about the care he received from the nursing staff and the Care Transitions Team while recovering from open heart surgery. ”Throughout my stay the CHF team were amazing in helping me recover, teaching me things I needed to know…I was really impressed that the CHF team (Anna and Billy) were able to review my hospital records and compare them with my current records and update SFH with that information.”