There are so many opportunities available to help people age in place effectively, including universal design and visitability approaches, and Steve will help you navigate the many possibilities open to you. This is true for general contractors, builders, remodelers, renovators, handymen, trade contractors of various types, occupational therapists and assistants, physical therapists and assistants, durable medical equipment suppliers, equipment specialists and installers, interior designers and decorators, space planners, architects, building designers, nurses, physicians, case managers, discharge planners, social workers, building material manufacturers and sales representatives, home inspectors, real estate sales professionals, attorneys, insurance agents and adjusters, non-profit organizations, government agencies, home health workers, financial planners, lenders, and so many other professionals. Steve Hoffacker, CAPS, CEAC, SHSS, believes in what he does and has over three-decades of practical experience that he brings to each training opportunity - whether it's a telephone coaching session, a group training program, a certification program (such as "CAPS"), a training class, a webinar, or in-person continuing education program. He will help you understand the tremendous opportunities that are available for you to offer the people you help - regardless of their age, the value or condition of their home, or any physical challenges they might be facing. In fact, universal design strategies and concepts are a great place to begin. Steve works with dozens of different disciplines and professions so it doesn't matter what your background is or if you are starting out brand new in the field having made a shift from some other occupation or business.
Steve - "North America's most experienced Aging In Place Instructor"
- brings a tremendous amount of personal and practical knowledge and experience in universal design, aging in place solutions, residential construction, visitability, function, design, and accessibility to your classroom or caching experience. Learn what works (and why), what doesn't, and how to know the difference as you explore ways to help your clientele and grow and sustain your business.