touchmark

touchmark

(ˈtʌtʃˌmɑːk)
n
(Metallurgy) a maker's mark stamped on pewter objects
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With a pair of stone and stucco Clubhouse and Terrace lodges, pickleball and bocce and an overall resort style experience, Touchmark in the West Hills is one of a new breed of senior living communities that discards the term "retirement" altogether.
"Cost and high-quality deliverables seem to be the biggest challenges right now for pad printers," added Eric Purviance, sales manager for TouchMark, a Hayward, Calif.-based provider of medical and electronic device pad printing.
Delphon's Gel-Pak, TouchMark and UltraTape divisions, along with a worldwide sales and distribution network, deliver solutions to more than 2,500 customers worldwide.
Up to a third bears the touchmark of Alderman Sir Thomas Curtis, Mayor of London in 1557, the most important London pewterer of the period, whose mark also appears on much of the pewter from the Mary Rose, Henry VIII's flagship, lost in 1545.
Steamboat Springs, CO, December 20, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Steamboat Springs, CO based company, Touchmark Promotions, earned 3 awards at Adventures in Advertising's 2012 national sales summit of individually-owned affiliates.
Coalman, Ed.D., vice president of wellness and programs at Touchmark, an Oregon-based company that builds and operates retirement communities in the United States and Canada.
Coalman described one exercise program, developed by a physical therapist for Touchmark, that starts with participants taking one to three deep breaths while raising their arms overhead.
With Divisions Quik-Pak, Gel-Pak, TouchMark and UltraTape along with a worldwide sales and distribution network, Delphon Industries serves a wide range of markets including the Semiconductor, medical device, Opto-electronics, automotive, MEMS, and defense industries.
The "memory care exercise program" developed for residents with dementia and used at Touchmark facilities rests on four fundamentals--deep breathing, posture, range of motion, and strength.