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Universal Design & Aging in Place
Wednesday, September 28, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
Designing kitchen and bath environments for clients with special limitations requires a particularly sensitive approach and a close client relationship as well as an awareness of the ever-changing product market. As the largest demographic group of society ages, aging in-place will have a profound impact on the expectations of kitchen and bath environments. Universal Design codes are not client specific but broad in definition. Carolyn Cheetham, CMKBD will introduce you to scenarios that convey a broad range of needs and accommodations, and how to address these situations. This specialized level of knowledge and insight will give designers, contractors, manufacturers/fabricators and installers "The Edge" they need to be effective with their clients and stay ahead of their competitors.
About the Speaker: Carolyn F. Cheetham, CMKBD NKBA Secretary
Carolyn Cheetham, CMKBD, Architectural Technologist and owner of Design Works by Cheetham has worked in the kitchen and bath industry for 27 years and has been active in the NKBA for 17 years, serving as a national leader on the Advisory Council of Designers, Board of Chapter Representatives, Board of Directors, Canadian Ad Hoc Membership Parity Committee, International Task Force, and Sustainability Task Force, as well as a two-time judge for the NKBA Design Competition. Cheetham, winner of an International Bathroom Design competition, has also instructed drafting courses at a local community college, and served on the Advisory Board of the Interior Design Department at Lakeland College.
This Chapter Meeting is being Hosted by:
1251 Lead Hill Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95661
Pacific Sales has a fantastic evening planned, so come and join us!
This presentation qualifies for 0.1 CEU.