Nathalie Knopp Discusses the Need for PPE in Senior Care

In the News  |  April 15, 2020

On 4/13, CLC’s Nathalie Knopp discussed the importance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Senior Care staff during this critical time in healthcare. The amount of PPE required to care for a single senior living community resident in clinical isolation may surprise you; the following chart illustrates the urgency with which the senior living community currently requires PPE:

Watch the piece from KDVR-Fox 31 below:

If you wish to donate PPE to any of our communities please contact Nathalie Knopp at CLC-CLS thanks you for your support.

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