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Webinar: Identifying and Preventing Functional Decline in the Growing Acuity of AL/IL Communities
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We are partnering with LeadingAge Kentucky to host a FREE webinar for members entitled "Identifying and Preventing Functional Decline in the Growth Acuity of AL/IL Communities". Special thanks to our bronze business member, RehabCare for presenting.

When: Thursday, July 16, 2020
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Leslie Roseboro

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Historically, most residents move to an assisted or independent living center because they have experienced some level of functional decline but, as a response to our current healthcare pandemic, we are also seeing more acute presentations of residents – both new and current. What does that really mean? In this presentation, attendees will understand the short-and long-term ramifications of higher acuity residents in your communities and resultant risk of functional decline for the resident and facility staff. Additionally, the most common conditions and presentations will be reviewed and how identification, management and prevention through therapy and wellness programming are key to ensuring residents age in place longer, healthier and happier.


Presenter:  Tracy Wilson, Senior Director of Quality and Client Experience
RehabCare PLUS

Tracy Wilson has been with RehabCare/Kindred for a cumulative of 20 years and has been working with the adult and geriatric population for 25 years. She has been involved in leadership positions in a variety of settings, including Chief Executive Officer for an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, Area Director of Operations for skilled nursing facilities, long-term acute care hospitals and outpatient clinics and Director of Clinical Performance for acute and post-acute therapy settings. Tracy joined the RehabCare PLUS team in August, 2018.

Tracy received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences from the University of Oklahoma and her Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competency in Speech Language Pathology from The American Speech Language Pathology and Hearing Association and is currently holds her Texas SLP license.

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