“Lots Of Practice Doesn’t Always Make Us Good”

Since childhood, most of us have been told about the importance of practice and how if we ever wanted to get good at something we needed to practice it. Maybe it was a musical instrument like the trumpet, piano or keyboard, of the guitar. Maybe we wanted to lift weights, hit a baseball well, run… Read more »

“Another Successful Universal Design/Build Class Held In Lecanto, Florida”

Another “Universal Design/Build class instructed by Steve Hoffacker, CAPS, was just held at the Citrus County Builders Association in Lecanto, Florida. Several such classes have already been offered this year, and many more are scheduled. This 2-day course is a great complement to the Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (“CAPS”) designation program, and it satisfies the 12-hour… Read more »

“To Start Or Grow An AIP Business, We Need A Vision”

For those aging in place professionals who took the CAPS training with the aim of starting their own consulting, modifications, or assessments business – or some other activity they have identified and feel strongly about – the thought process and planning to launch that business needs to begin with a vision. The same is true… Read more »