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Designing With the Future in Mind

Speaker: 
Wanda E. Gozdz, CAPS

ATTENTION! ATTENTION! MAY I HAVE YOUR ATIENTIONI The HOT new word for designing and selling to Baby Boomers is VISIBILITY? Globally our population is aging and in the US there will be approximately 78 million Baby Boomers age 65+ by 2025 according to the US Census Bureau this is also a global issue. So how is the US and other societies addressing these concern to accommodate the changing needs of those populations that are rapidly aging at the same time?

CEU Credits: 

This course has been approved by IDCEC for 1HSW CEU. COURSE #104641 Approved for all organizations listed as members of IDCEC.

AV Requirements: 
Lectern/Podium
LCD Projector and Screen
References: 

Dr. Nancy Bredemeyer (Retired)
Interior Design Dept Chair
Indian River State College
3691 Eleven Mile Road
Ft. Pierce, FL 34945
Phone: 772-240-1546
Email: nancybredemeyer@hotmail.com

Deborah Hamilton, Marketing Director
Miromar Design Center
I 0800 Corkscrew Rd #382
Estcro, FL 33928
Phone: 239-3990-8520
email: dhamilton@mioromar.com

Caroline Rogow
Panache Girl
2176 N. Powerlinc Road #2.
Pompano Beach, FL 33546
Phone: 954-401-4292
Email: panache@panachegirl.com

Notes of Interest: 

I am a residential interior designer and a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS). I provide curb to backyard assessments for residents to determine if their home is safe and secure so that they can make modifications to adapt to the physical changing needs of their bodies as they age.

In 2014, I became an instructor for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and teach nationally and internationally the Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) Designation courses as well as Universal Design/ Build.

In 2014- NAHB named me 2014 CAPS Educator of the Year .

Currently I provide seminar to the public and continuing education seminar and courses to interior design professional, builders, remodelers and industry professionals that serves the health care market on the topic of "Aging in Place" and Universal Design.

In 2012, I published "Sensible Smart Tips for Living in Your ForeverHome™, a guidebooks that allows homeowners to walk through their home to determine if products and services are needed.

In its Best Light: Making the Most of your Interior Photography

Speaker: 
Timothy Manning
CEU Credits: 

IDCEC CEU Approved Course 40321( .1 CEUs)

AV Requirements: 
Lectern/Podium
LCD Projector and Screen
Lavaliere Microphone
References: 

Lauren Shelby, Principal/Designer
Spaces Within
Phone: (650) 712-4491

Judith Clark, Principal/Designer
Design Elements
Phone: (925) 837-5839

The Psychology of Color

Speaker: 
Susan J. Slotkis

Color is considered a powerful design tool in the built environment. Decisions related to color are best made with scientific knowledge of the attributes of color. This course highlights how perception of color directs human response in behavior and emotion. It demonstrates how perception is influenced by personal experiences and cultural identifications. The meaning of color as it has changed over time and place is explored, concluding with future directions.

CEU Credits: 

This course has been approved by IDCEC (Interior Design Continuing Education Council), #101170 and carries .2 CEUs for ASID, IDC, IDEC and IIDA.

AV Requirements: 
Lectern/Podium
LCD Projector and Screen
Lavaliere Microphone
References: 

Kathryn Robbins, Past Director at Large, International Board of Directors and IFDA Philadelphia Chapter Past-President, krobbinsinteriors@comcast.net 

 

Notes of Interest: 

Recipient of the IFDA Educational Foundation's Barbara Brock Grant

Connect the Dots…Design in Context

Speaker: 
Susan J. Slotkis

This informative and engaging presentation is designed to help connect design styles to the context of history, culture, events and meaning. Visual imagery and commentary highlight significant themes, details, and events from the past...from the antiquities to contemporary time. Be guided and inspired to incorporate these ideas into new projects.

CEU Credits: 

This course has been approved by IDCEC (Interior Design Continuing Education Council), #101279, registered with the NCIDQ as ASID Course #8071 and carries 0.2 CEUs for ASID, IDC, IDEC, and IIDA

AV Requirements: 
Lectern/Podium
LCD Projector and Screen
Lavaliere Microphone
References: 

Susan Hirsh, FIFDA, IFDA Past President: susanhirsh@optonline.net

Laura Davis, former IFDA member, IFDA Texas Chapter Past President: laura@hpdarch.com

Notes of Interest: 

Recipient of the IFDA Educational Foundation's Barbara Brock Grant

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