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Saturday Seminar for Condos & HOAs
February 22, 2020 | In Bellevue, WA
For Community Association Board Members, Managers & Owners
Saturday, February 22, 2020
8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
“Aging In Place” — It’s Not What You May Think
About Saturday Seminars: Education For Your Community Association
Date & Time
Registration & Breakfast:
9:00 a.m. – Noon
$35 (through 2/12)
$45 (through 2/20)
$55 (after 2/20)
$59 (through 2/12)
$69 (through 2/20)
$79 (after 2/20)
[ 2/22/2020 Seminar Topic ]
“Aging in Place”— It’s not what you may think!
A Seminar For Current & Future Board Members & Community Leaders
The paradigm of aging in place continues to build momentum as both our residents and their buildings continue the aging process. What does this mean? From caring for buildings to caring for residents there are multiple layers to explore and better understand as they relate to this critical social topic. Come and explore the many layers of aging in place and leave with a better understanding of needs, requirements and desires to better equip your communities and its residents in this unstoppable phenomenon!
Printable PDF Registration Form
If you don’t want to register online, download and print a registration form and mail to:
19101 36th Ave W, Ste 205
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Paul D. Grucza, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Director of Education & Client Engagement, CWD Group, Inc. AAMC®
Paul D. Grucza, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, has been an industry practitioner for close to 34 years holding numerous prestigious positions within CAI including Institute President, Inaugural Chair for the APCM Board, CEO-MC Retreat Chair, Education Committee Chair, Ethics Panel Member for both CAI and CAMICB, Chapter President, an accomplished author for CAI penning and editing three books for CAI, published by Nolo Publishers, CAI Press and IREM, TV Show host, an in demand speaker for chapters nationally and internationally and a skilled Strategist called to conduct strategic planning for both CA Chapters and other business ventures over the years. He additionally participates as an industry expert crafting questions for the national CMCA certification exam and is actively engaged with the Foundation for Community Association Research. As Director of Education and Client Engagement for CWD Group, Inc. AAMC® he brings his many years of skill, association involvement and enthusiasm to the Pacific Northwest.
Chelsea Webster, CMCA, PCAM
Trestle Community Management
Chelsea Webster, CMCA, PCAM, joined Trestle Community Management in July 2019 and celebrates almost 15 years in the industry. In her role as Senior Community Manager, she manages a large, diverse portfolio of associations throughout the Puget Sound, specializing in age 55 and older communities. Chelsea has been a very active, involved member of WSCAI since 2008, serving as an Outreach Committee member since June 2012 and an Education Committee member since 2012 as well. Chelsea lives in Hansville, WA on the Kitsap Peninsula with her husband Bob, step daughter Gabi and Corgi dog, Rylee.