Living In Place Institute Community Forums 
We are excited to announce a new feature – The Living In Place Institute Community Forum!

Now approved for 0.1 CEU for NKBA Members


Each Community Forum brings us together, creating a community and encouraging communication directly between Certified Living In Place Professionals™ (CLIPP™) graduates, and all visiting professionals, including home designers and contractors, builders and architects, manufacturers and suppliers, trades-persons, realtors, lawyers, care providers, occupational and physical therapists, non-profit and government staff...anyone involved in building or human care.
These free, one-hour, on-line Community Forums are scheduled monthly through June, always on the 2nd Tuesday at 4:00 PM ET, and each 4th Thursday at 9:00 AM ET. Attendance is limited. Community Forum monthly topics and registration links are found below or at
Topics include, and we always welcome your Living In Place ideas.
  • Personal Hygiene Toilet Seats
  • Shower Solutions
  • In-Wall Toilets
  • Plumbing Piping In-Wall Systems
  • Hydronic Floor Heat
  • Kitchen and Bath Faucet Features and Trends 
  • How Smart is Your Home
  • Home Storage & Organization Solutions
  • Shower Products
  • Kitchen Appliances
The Forum moderators will start each session with a focus on pre-established discussion topics then open up for general discussion. Below are some of the suggested lead-off topics and we always welcome your Living In Place ideas.

We have been using Zoom software for several years and they have some great tutorials. After you register you will receive information and a link to join. You can click the session link any time before the session to test your system.
Participant audio and video will be muted. You may use the integrated chat feature to type-in questions and reply with your ideas. The Moderator will keep the conversations lively, informative and focused. You may be occasionally asked to click-vote on a topic. If you wish to share a picture, webpage, etc., ask the Moderator. You can also chat privately with other attendees using the same integrated chat feature.

All Community Forums are free. We invite you to register for each session and invite other professionals you know and would like to help make all homes safe, accessible, comfortable.

Click to register and send the link to your entire contact list.
Limited FREE registration.

May 28th (9:00 am - 10:00 am ET)
1. In-Wall Flushing Systems / Hydronic Floor Heating Systems / Pipe and Connections (plastic and press connections)
- Which brands do you use?
- How do you talk with your clients about the benefits?
- What features do your clients like?

2. How You Can Help Our Veterans - Special Guest Jason Latona, Chief, Specially Adapted Housing (SAH)
Loan Guaranty Service. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

3. Open Discussion

June 9th (4:00 pm - 5:00 pm ET) and June 25th (9:00 am - 10:00 am ET)
1. Curbless shower solutions 
- Which manufacturer do you use?
- How do you talk with your clients about the benefits?
- What features do your clients like?

2. Open Discussion

Living In Place Institute Community Forum Rules
  1. Be Kind and Courteous – We are all responsible to maintain a welcoming environment. Treat everyone with respect. Healthy debates are natural. Always be kind and courteous.
  2. Make it Positive – Give more than you take. Help everyone feel safe. Bullying is never allowed. Please no comments about politics, race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, gender or identity.
  3. Keep it Clean – Improper language is never appropriate. Self-promotion, spam, and irrelevant links are not allowed and will be removed.
  4. Respect Privacy - Being part of this group requires mutual trust. Authentic, expressive discussions make our group great. Do not say or write anything private. What’s said on a Forum is not private.
  5. Chat Questions & Comments – We will do our best to cover all topics brought up in the chats. The Moderator may choose to hold a topic until a later Forum, request it be discussed offline, or decide the topic is not appropriate. Please respect the Moderator and their decisions.

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