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A 25-hour CE Program is Available

Environments for Aging Conference plans its educational content to comply with the accreditation requirements accepted by most major credentialing organizations. Because continuing education requirements differ among state and national agencies, attendees should contact their credentialing agencies for specific acceptance requirements. Attendees receive CE Credits for participating in the following educational opportunities: Facility Tours, Pre-Conference Workshops, Keynotes, Educational Breakout Sessions and Roundtable Discussion Groups.

For Architects
To receive CE credit, you will need to have the room Monitor scan your conference badge before leaving each session you attend. Conference staff will then submit your attendance to AIA electronically. 25  credit hours are available for AIA members. It is recommended that you do keep a copy of the C-1 Verification form to be able to track which session you attended. AIA continuing CE credits will be recorded in the AIA transcript system within 4-6 weeks of attending the conference. CE credits will then be issued by the AlA American Institute of Architects Provider Quality Reporting Statement (PQRS). The Center for Health Design is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members are available upon request.

EDAC  - Evidence-based Design Accreditation and Certification
There are 15 EDAC CEUs available during the 2012 Environments for Aging Conference. EDAC certified individuals must retain their CEU verification form after the conference.  It is the candidate’s responsibility to submit online through Castle Worldwide, Inc. when they are due for renewal.  Renewal notices with login instructions will be sent from Castle 6 and 3 months prior to the candidate’s renewal date. If attendees have, questions or concerns about this process please contact edac@healthdesign.org for assistance.

For Interior Designers
To receive CE credit, you will need to have your CE Verification Form STAMPED at the conclusion of each presentation you attend by the room monitor. This is the only proof of attendance that will be accepted  as proof of completion of your CEU credit. 25 credit hours are available  for all IDCEC organizations: ASID/IDC/IDEC/IIDA. This is a self-reporting system  please. Contact your interior design association who is responsible for monitoring  mandatory continuing education to fulfill membership requirements.

For NAB Long-Term Care Administrators
To receive CE credit, have your CE Form STAMPED at the conclusion of each presentation you attend by the room Monitor.
25 credit hours are available to licensed long-term care administrators. Forms MUST include applicant’s license number and state where licensed. For applicant’s licensed in more than one state, please complete a separate form for each state. After completing, submit each filled out form directly to the cooresponding state reporting agency.

For NAHB
This program meets NAHB’s continuing education requirements for the following designations: Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR), Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS), Certified Graduate Builder (CGB). Education not only gives you the credits you need to keep your NAHB designation current, it helps enhance your marketability and furthers your industry knowledge. There’s now an easy way to find continuing education options: NAHB Education’s online continuing education directory. You can search the Directory, located at www.nahb.org/CEDirectory, by keyword, city, state, zip code, designation and audience.