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Seminar details will be available approximately six weeks before each event.

Spring Seminar: May 21, 2017 Agenda and Registration Form

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2017 Fall Seminar: September 10, 2017
2018 Winter Seminar: February 11, 2018

 

Spring Seminar Schedule

7:30 AM

Registration

8:30 AM

Overview of the Illinos State Government
Margaret Vaughn, MA, BA, EAI Lobbyist
Today’s discussion will provide audience members a background of the structure of state government and the legislative process and its impact on the electrology profession.

Learning Objectives
A) Distinguish the Difference Between State & Federal Government
B) Become familiar with key players in Illinois Politics
C) Gain a better understanding of legislative process
D) Gain a better understanding of how state government impacts electrology profession
E) Recognize the importance of being the electrology profession being proactive in the state government arena

 

9:30 AM

EAI Meeting

10:00 AM

Complementary Treatments: How Electrolysis and Laser Can Work Together
Annie Diaz
Laser and Electrolysis can be allies in the journey of hair removal. This presentation will include an overview of laser and IPL hair removal treatments and ways in which electrolysis can be utilized to further the results of their clients. Attendees will see how a growing friendship between these two technologies can work together to enhance the treatment of their clients and boost business.

Learning Objectives:
A) Basic knowledge of laser/IPL physics and safety - including the differences between the two
B) Knowledge of who is considered to be an ideal candidate for LHR/IPL and who is not
C) Understanding the situations in which electrolysis is recommended as an alternative method or to further results
D) Strategies on how electrolysis can be used in tandem with LHR/IPL

12:00 PM

Lunch

 

12:30 PM

A Discussion of the Impact of Sleep Apnea on our Health
David Bishop
Are you foggy in the morning and have a hard time focusing during the day even after you got a “solid 8 hours of sleep”? These may be some key signs of a possible sleep disorder. We all look forward to getting some rest at the end of the night. But for some people, sleep isn’t always as restorative as it should be. In this presentation, we will discuss the evolving concept of society’s view on sleep and the resulting impact on the pursuit of “getting a solid 8 hours of sleep”. We will delve more deeply into a particular sleep disorder, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, and its impacts on a variety of illnesses:
· Stroke
· Heart Attacks
· High Blood Pressure
· Diabetes
· Cognitive Impairment
· Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome

Learning Objectives:
A) Understand the underlying causes, diagnosis and treatment of Sleep Apnea
B) Identify Salient Factors regarding PCOS and Sleep Apnea
C) Guideline on how to have a conversation with your doctor if you suspect you have Sleep Apnea
D) How to discuss Sleep Apnea with your clients

2:30 PM

Closing Comments & Adjourn



Our Meeting Place

Benedictine University
Krasa Center, Rooms A&B
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532
phone: 630-829-6000

From Chicago: Take I-294 or I-290 to I-88. Go west on I-88 to I-355 south. Take the Maple Avenue exit west (right turn) for about two miles. The campus is on the left side.

From the north or south suburbs: Take the I-355 North-South Tollway to the Maple Avenue exit. The university is about two miles west of the tollway.

From the south: Take I-355 to the I-355 exit. Take the Maple Avenue west to the University.

From O'Hare International Airport: Benedictine University is about 30 minutes southwest of O'Hare International Airport. Take I-294 south to I-88. Go west on I-88 to I-355 south. Go south to the Maple Avenue exit and west to the University.

From Midway Airport: Benedictine University is 30 minutes northwest of Midway Airport. Take I-55 south to the I-355 exit. Go north to the Maple Avenue exit and west to the University.

By train: Metra, the Chicago area commuter rail system runs from Lisle to downtown Chicago and back seven days a week. For train schedules, call 630-968-3916 or visit www.metrarail.com. Cab service is available for the two mile trip from the station to campus.

NOTE: While driving west on Maple Avenue, you will cross College Avenue ( a light) and shortly after, another unnamed light. After crossing through the 2nd light, look for a small road on the left (unnamed) with a temporary tripod sign for EAI. Follow the road and the EAI signs for Krasa Center on the left side. Seminar room is on second floor. If you need to use the elevator, go through the 1st floor to the other side of the building and take the elevator to the 2nd floor.

 

Contact EAI For More Information

Primary EAI Contacts

Kelly Morrissy, CPE
President

708-204-9216
715 Lake St, Suite 300
Oak Park, IL 60301

Liz Stapleton, CPE
Membership Chair

630-750-9931
901 Biesterfield Rd Ste 209
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Susan Felker, CPE
Secretary

630-276-8271
455 Pond View Lane
Bartlett, IL 60103

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