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Shining Stars

4.23.20
By: Infinity Rehab
Date: April 23, 2020

Our first Shining Star this issue is Candyce Hayden, COTA. She works at Avamere Transitional Care of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.

Candy has demoed great skill in response to COVID-19 in maintaining precautions to protect herself, patients, and coworkers. She modifies treatments appropriately for patients with COVID-19 in order to keep them safe and allow them to participate to their ability.

Candy has shown great professionalism, skill, flexibility, empathy, and compassion towards our residents and customer while adjusting to our new norm s/p COVID-19 hitting our facility. She has handled herself with grace and poise while managing the majority of the OT caseload, conducting co-treats, and effectively communicating with nursing and other disciplines. She set an amazing example as a clinician and colleague and stepped up to work noc support shifts.

Candy has shown dedication to her team, patients, our customer, and Infinity under great pressure with response to COVID-19. She shows great compassion and empathy while being a leader not only for the OT team but our entire team. She shows respect for our patients, customers, and her coworkers and demos great ability to adapt and lead during uncertain and stressful times. Candy’s commitment to her job and team is evident by her willingness to jump in and continue working with COVID-19 patients when many clinicians would rather decline. She is absolutely a great value to our team and our company as a whole.

Our second Shining Star this issue is Jesse Stacey, DOR and PTA. She works at Bethany at Pacific in Everett, Washington.

Jesse went out of her way to contact local seamstresses and other community members making PPE. She was able to obtain 200+ masks for our team and the building that we work in. Jesse consistently goes out of her way to make sure her team is taken care of. Jesse has been very great leader, supportive, communicative, approachable, and understanding. We appreciate Jesse and all her hard work.

 


Shining Stars 4.23.20

By: Infinity Rehab
Date: April 23, 2020


Our first Shining Star this issue is Candyce Hayden, COTA. She works at Avamere Transitional Care of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.

Candy has demoed great skill in response to COVID-19 in maintaining precautions to protect herself, patients, and coworkers. She modifies treatments appropriately for patients with COVID-19 in order to keep them safe and allow them to participate to their ability.

Candy has shown great professionalism, skill, flexibility, empathy, and compassion towards our residents and customer while adjusting to our new norm s/p COVID-19 hitting our facility. She has handled herself with grace and poise while managing the majority of the OT caseload, conducting co-treats, and effectively communicating with nursing and other disciplines. She set an amazing example as a clinician and colleague and stepped up to work noc support shifts.

Candy has shown dedication to her team, patients, our customer, and Infinity under great pressure with response to COVID-19. She shows great compassion and empathy while being a leader not only for the OT team but our entire team. She shows respect for our patients, customers, and her coworkers and demos great ability to adapt and lead during uncertain and stressful times. Candy’s commitment to her job and team is evident by her willingness to jump in and continue working with COVID-19 patients when many clinicians would rather decline. She is absolutely a great value to our team and our company as a whole.

Our second Shining Star this issue is Jesse Stacey, DOR and PTA. She works at Bethany at Pacific in Everett, Washington.

Jesse went out of her way to contact local seamstresses and other community members making PPE. She was able to obtain 200+ masks for our team and the building that we work in. Jesse consistently goes out of her way to make sure her team is taken care of. Jesse has been very great leader, supportive, communicative, approachable, and understanding. We appreciate Jesse and all her hard work.

 

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