Exclusive Webinar: Designing for Independence and Dignity

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Eligible for NKBA CEU credits*

2020 Design Webinar

May 10, 2018, from 2-3 PM (EST)

Can’t make the webinar?  Request a recording by registering.

With the aging population growing and the need to create homes to accommodate long-term living arrangements rising, it is becoming increasingly important to educate ourselves on designing for accessibility, comfort and safety.

Join 2020 on May 10, 2018, from 2-3 PM (EST), as we welcome guest speaker Maria Stapperfenne, a member of the Living in Place Institute advisory panel. She will be educating you on selling design and product recommendations that will allow your customers to gain their own independence and dignity!

What you can expect to learn:

  • How to assess your customers’ needs and make recommendations for home accessibility, comfort and safety
  • Design and product ideas that change your client’s world
  • Understand the need for better design and products
  • How to ensure a successful sales process

*This webinar is eligible for 0.1 NKBA CEU credits. To submit your CEU credit with the NKBA, log in to your account at NKBA.org. You can then enter your CEU information from the View My CEUs page. Any questions regarding the CEU process should be addressed directly to the NKBA at (800) 843-6522.

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    Meet the presenter:

    Maria Stapperfenne, CMKBD CLIPP, Tewksbury Kitchen & Baths

    Maria started her career in kitchens and baths in 1992, finally becoming a certified master kitchen and bath designer in august of 2015. In 2016 she also became a certified living in place professional. She is the manager of Tewksbury kitchen & baths, a division of Huston Lumber & Supply Co. and has a BA from Trenton State College.
    Maria has been an active NKBA volunteer in her Northern NJ Chapter as well as on the national level,serving as the 2015 NKBA National President.

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