1 unit EDAC continuing education
1 unit AIA continuing education
IDCEC credit also available**
CEU forms available for download during webinar
This webinar is free to our Affiliate+ members.
Evidence demonstrating the impact of light on human biological and behavioral health is well documented. Research also shows that the aging eye allows less light to enter, and a yellowing lens reduces blue light, which may negatively affect the circadian system. However, the aging eye is also very susceptible to glare, particularly from cooler white light sources. This paradox may explain why the elderly are most likely to have circadian dysfunction, which can lead to acceleration of cognitive decline. This webinar will address the science behind circadian lighting; explore strategies to evaluate, design, and implement an effective circadian lighting system for the aging; and present potential benefits.
Explore the basics of the circadian system and unique challenges of the aging eye.
Understand impacts of circadian dysfunction in the elderly and their design implications.
Learn circadian lighting design and implementation strategies for the aging population.
Explore potential benefits of circadian lighting design for the elderly.
Lisa Bartlett, IALD, RA, NCIDQ, LEED AP, EDAC, Senior LIghting Designer, Davis Partnership Architects
With over 20 years of experience, Lisa Bartlett is an award-winning architectural lighting designer passionate about creating spaces that support wellness. She has brought projects of varying size and sector to completion throughout the United States. Prior to joining Davis Partnership Lisa founded and led a design firm for eight years, then served as the Denver office Director of an east coast architectural lighting design firm. Lisa’s zeal for lighting includes leveraging her knowledge of lighting’s influence on health into thoughtful designs that support wellness. Her ability to convey lighting through mockups, explanations and graphics helps clients, colleagues and users alike understand how proper illumination brings a space and its users to life. Although Lisa focuses her efforts on lighting design she is also a licensed architect, nationally certified interior designer, EDAC-certified, and LEED accredited professional. She has delivered CEU-accredited presentations on lighting for IESNA, ASID, DLF and the University of Colorado, and most recently presented at Environments for Aging and National Institutes of Health’s “Health in Buildings Roundtable”.