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Webinar: Residential Design for Health and Longevity

When: June 4, 2020
Time: 10:00am Pacific
Price: FREE

1 unit EDAC continuing education
1 unit AIA continuing education
IDCEC credit also available**

CEU forms will be made available the day of the webinar


Imagine your home as a place for regeneration and a sanctuary for healing the wounds of the outside world.  It is clean, not cluttered and unmanageable.  It prevents disease and injury and restores you when the inevitable occurs.  It regenerates you on a daily basis, supporting good sleep, encouraging exercise, and making it fun to do healthy cooking.

That’s a lot to ask of a house, but it can be done.  Award winning interior designer, Cynthia Leibrock, presents “Design Details for Health” (the title of her latest book).  Take a virtual one-hour tour of the designer’s home which has been featured on the cover of The New York Times.


Learning Objectives

When designing a home, the learner will: 

  • Inherently and invisibly integrate the design basics for aging in place.
  • Seamlessly combine universal design and sustainable design practices.
  • Proactively motivate the client to a lifestyle leading to health and longevity.
  • Flexibly design for adaptability to future needs, visit-ability by people of all ages and abilities, and regeneration when the inevitable occurs.


Presenting Faculty

Cynthia Leibrock, MA, ASID, Hon. IIDA

is an award-winning author, an international lecturer, and a designer with over thirty years of experience.  Her mission is to improve health, longevity and life quality through universal design. 

She is the principal/founder of EASY ACCESS TO HEALTH, LLC. The firm offers consulting services in patient centered design, planning for independent living, product analysis, and judiciary witness services.  Prominent projects include The Betty Ford Center, the UCLA Medical Center, automotive interior design for Toyota, and a universal design exhibit for the Smithsonian (with Julia Child).  In conjunction with Eva Maddox, she completed a showroom for the Kohler Company in which over a million consumers have learned about universal design, and a "living laboratory" in Fort Collins researching the environmental needs of older people.