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Touchpoints at Bloomfield Celebrates Retirement of Longstanding Volunteer Carol Lenneg
February 24, 2020The residents and staff of Touchpoints at Bloomfield threw a surprise retirement party for Carol Lenneg, a longstanding volunteer at the care center and librarian at Prosser Library in the heart of Bloomfield, Connecticut. Carol has volunteered for just shy of 17 years in March. During her volunteer hours, her style was to choose a topic and utilize her vast resources at the library to provide and facilitate a discussion for the residents. She would bring with her materials such as f…
For the three years in a row, Sacred Heart Church in Bloomfield generously donated 50 wrapped gifts for the residents of Touchpoints at Bloomfield. Shirley Cooper, pictured here with Assistant Director of Recreation Dwayne Mullings, dropped off the gifts to be delivered by Santa’s Helpers last month. Shirley has been a volunteer for Touchpoints for the past few years, delivering communion to the residents. Shirley contacted Director of Recreation Cindy Payne and explained that the c…
Touchpoints at Bloomfield Holds Annual Holiday Luncheon at Bloomfield Senior Center, 2019
November 27, 2019Touchpoints at Bloomfield staff prepared and served a delicious holiday meal as part of their annual Holiday Luncheon for local seniors at the Bloomfield Senior Center. The Touchpoints at Bloomfield team, including the department heads and food service staff fed 100 people a traditional thanksgiving meal.
Halloween 2019 All Around the iCare Health Network
November 1, 2019It’s Halloween! And all around the iCare Health Network, residents and staff are getting in the spirit. Costume parties and pumpkin decorating and jack o’lantern carving contests were held.Snacks, candy, cookies and other tricks and treats were given out. Have a happy, safe and spooky Halloween! Many photos and a video in the full post!
The Touchpoints at Bloomfield Team Renews Their Pledge to Stigma Free Care
September 25, 2019With the help of the residents, Touchpoints at Bloomfield celebrated National Recovery Month by putting together a resident-led information table about Recovery Month in the front lobby. The center’s iRecovery Counselor Janice Lapage provided the team with information to distribute to staff, visitors and family members and ran a discussion group for our residents and staff. Most did not know the stigma that is carried by others that suffer from mental illness and/or substance use di…