In the MediaThese are just a few of the many examples of messages and news about the Living In Place Institute. Share them with others. You can make a difference for everyone.
"NEBRASKA-BASED FIRM COMPLETES A LIVING IN PLACE CONCEPT HOME"
"When LaDonna Eriksen, owner of Omaha, Nebraska–based Interiors by Design, and her husband began looking for a home where they could live out their “golden years,” their wants and needs extended beyond the typical requests for a great location with stellar design and finishes. Eriksen, a Certified Living in Place Professional (CLIPP) and Living in Place Ambassador...
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Click the photo to listen to this 30 minute interview "Addressing the Shortage of Skilled Artisans" from Llewellyn King of the White House Chronicle. (This is a commercial half-way through)
This article is about education and elevating the stature and respect for trades professionals.
Click HERE for Llewellyn's broadcast list:
"Aging in Place vs. Living In Place" A Bill Reiman interview with Lisa Wood, Ambassador for the Living in Place Institute.
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"Safety in Every Bathroom
" Louie Delaware and Erik Listou
"Bathrooms are the most dangerous room in a home, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They tell us that of the 235,000 people who go to an emergency room every year because of an injury in the bathroom, more than 80% are from slips and falls. Stepping in or out..."
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ASHI Reporter (American Society of Home Inspectors)
"Lighting and Color Essentials for All Homes" Natalia Pierce, AKBD, CLIPP #391 of Details by Design in Ontario, Canada & Erik Listou, Co-Founder of Living In Place Institute
"As designers, we are beginning to understand the profound impact we have on all individuals by implementing an integrated plan for lighting and color. Vital to the wellness of our clients and their families..." (click on the picture to read more)
Kitchen & Bath Design News Jan 2021
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy
Thomas Jefferson University
CLIPP # 130
"Unleashing the Power of Difference: Creating Neuro-Inclusive Learning Spaces"
January 19, 2021
Webinar | 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern
Dr. Chabot presented to colleagues for the Society of College and University Planning conference on designing for neurodiversity. While it is geared towards university buildings, Marie and I talk about sensory and designing for our natural diversity in brain processing. I am not sure if this would be of interest to any of the CLIPP grads, but if you feel it would be, please feel free to share. Here’s the link
"The Twelve Days of Home Safety"
"Santa has been in many homes and has noticed that many of those homes could be safer..."
(thank you Santa and Mrs. Claus for helping to spread the good cheer of all homes safe - health - comfortable, for everyone!)
Living in Place Institute Debuts HATS Certification for Integrators
CEPro and Jason Knott, November 2020
"Living in Place Institute’s Home & Accessibility Trade Specialist (HATS) is on-demand certification for designing..." Click on the picture to read more.
News Update from the Living In Place Institute
Technology Designer, November 2020
"The Living in Place Institute announced the November 23rd release of their Home & Accessibility Trade Specialist™ (HATS™) program for all trade professionals. HATS is the first and only education program for trade professionals to make all homes safe, healthy, comfortable. It provides..." Click on the picture to read more!
Living In Place Institute Announces Home & Accessibility Trade Specialist Program
Kitchen & Bath Business Magazine, November 17, 2020
"The Living In Place Institute, the educational organization behind the Certified Living in Place Professional and Living In Place Associate programs, announces the release of the Home & Accessibility Trade Specialist (HATS) program. HATS is an education program for trades professionals to..." CLICK on the picture to read more.
The NKBA Manhattan Chapter recently held a "Beverages & Bewilderment?" event. It was completely virtual. At the start of the event, Living In Place Institute Co-Founder Erik Listou instructed everyone how to put on the special gloves and vision simulating glasses, provided by the sponsor Gringer & Sons. Then everyone, with their new temporary challenges, to open their favorite beverage and snacks. It was fun, but more importantly, helped everyone understand how changing abilities can affect us in our everyday lives.
Read what Julie Schuster wrote to us after the event:
"I am the current Chair of Programs for the NKBA Manhattan chapter, as well as being a CLIPP certified professional and interior designer. As such, I have the responsibility of creating programming during this pandemic that engages and educates our membership in an online format; a challenging proposition! As a CLIPP professional designer and Ambassador, I was familiar with the portion of our training when we all experienced creating a meal while dealing with the restrictions of vision and physical impairments that our training included. So the opportunity to share that experience with our membership was one that I jumped on when it was proposed by Louie. As expected, it was not only fun but enlightening as well. I am so proud to have been the first chapter to present this through the NKBA. I strongly recommend it for KBIS in the online format that you currently have planned, as well as in-person for going forward!
Please feel free to reach out to me to discuss any questions or to clarify.
Julie Schuster, NKBA - IDS - IFSG
CLIPP - Certified Living In Place Professional and Ambassador, Red Ribbon Professional - International Feng Shui Guild, KBDN Top Innovators Award Winning Designer
If you would like to hold a similar event for your association, company or just for your friends, contact Louie@LivingInPlace.Institute or Erik@LivingInPlace.Institute.
The LivABLE Environment Conference was a tremendous success!
The LivABLE Environment Conference was a 3 day virtual B2B trade event and the first of its kind! The focus was on the residential sector, supporting the importance of ageless living, accessibility, and wellness by encouraging developers, architects, designers, builders, and renovators to be innovative and think creatively about solutions that meet the needs of all building users.
The keynote speakers were, "The Unstoppable Tracy" and astronaut Dr. Robert Thirsk. One of the featured speakers was Erik Listou, co-founder of the Living In Place Institute.
“Why System Integrators Should Partner with Home Design / Construction / Medical Professionals"
Doug Weinstein, Chris Vives, Jonas Carnemark, and Dr. Monique Chabot.
Free registration HERE then you can download the presentation HERE.