NAHB Webinar to Explore Design Solutions for Aging-in-Place Renovations

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Addressing the multi-faceted needs of an aging-in-place (AIP) and universal design renovation can be challenging. Remodelers must find the right products and design techniques that complement the current and future needs of the client, the family and caregivers.

During NAHB's webinar, Addressing Multi-Faceted Needs in AIP & UD Renovations, scheduled on Wednesday, May 18, 2-3 p.m. ET, you'll hear from remodeler Travis Camerio and members of his "dream team" who worked on an award-winning whole-home renovation project for a client who suffered a traumatic injury. 

They will explore the challenges faced, solutions chosen, types of products used and design features implemented in creating a multi-purpose/universally designed space, and demonstrate how these techniques can translate to the varying types of renovation projects remodelers tackle every day.

Webinar participants will:

  • Identify the right products and techniques for the current and future living needs of your client, family and their caregivers (if applicable).
  • Learn how to address the multi-faceted challenges of aging-in-place and universal design renovations for the entire family.
  • Identify solutions from a unique tragedy-based project that can translate into your future aging-in-place and universal design renovations.

This webinar is sponsored by Westlake Royal Building Products, and is free for NAHB Council Members and CAPS designees.

Register today! Participants can earn one hour of continuing education credit.

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