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Last Change to Register | Tuesday January 11th | 1:00 – 2:00 PM

Please join us for a short webinar presented by Kathryn C. Worrilow, Ph.D., CEO & Founder, LifeAire Systems. The webinar will share data and insight outlining the impact that air purification is having on long term care facilities. The objectives of this webinar discussion will include:
* To demonstrate the clinical impact of specialized air purification in long-term care
* To demonstrate the economic impact of specialized air purification in long-term care
* Understanding the importance of choosing a long-term solution

The study compares biological, fungal and VOC remediation using an Advanced Air Purification Technology (AAPT) to standard High Efficiency Particulate Air filtration (HEPA). It demonstrates how reducing sources of illness improves resident care and how environmental factors impact resident wellness.
During this webinar we will discuss how long-term care facilities can take steps to create safer environments for their staff and their residents. We will identify the various technologies available for air purification & protection and provide a background for making the best decision for your facility.

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Nicole’s passion for helping others and knack for project management come together in her role as Education and Membership Assistant for LeadingAge Kansas. She coordinates all aspects of Associate Member recruitment and retention, Expos, online-based education, and assists with event registration, tracking CE and assisting CE requests. Nicole strives to be as helpful as possible to all members, assisting them in anyway she can in order to give back to those that need it. When Nicole is not at the office, you can find her enjoying the great outdoors, hiking and biking on Kansas trails with her dog Blu. Nicole can be reached at 785.233.7443, ext. 106.