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Design for Healthy Aging: Solutions Across the Continuum of Care Workshop


When: April 20, 2021
Time: 8:00am Pacific
What: Agenda
Price: $345.00
  • Workshop begins at 8:00 am PT/
    11:00 am ET, day concludes at 1:30 pm PT/ 4:30 PM ET
  • 4.5 AIA/EDAC continuing education units

  • Event Flyer

Details

As individuals age, physical, mental, and societal challenges become more prevalent. This intensive one-day virtual workshop explores those challenges and discusses programming and design interventions that can assist people (and care givers). Expert faculty will present case studies and examples that integrate architecture, design and technology into living environments that are not only safe, but foster wellness and longevity.

Faculty and attendees will explore gaps in the current system, (certainly exposed and exacerbated by the current pandemic) and consider the latest in design thinking for healthy aging in various settings across the continuum of care. Identify state-of-the-art best practices and possible new solutions that enhance access to nature, engagement with technology, resilience, and meaning and purpose. Through thought leader presentations, case studies and panel discussions, attendees will gain new insights, have opportunities to pose  questions to workshop faculty, and interact with fellow attendees in fun and innovative ways.

 

Early Bird
3/19/21

Advanced
3/20 – 3/31/21

Regular

Regular

$245.00

$295.00

$345.00

Affiliate (10% off)

$220.50

$265.50

$310.50

Affiliate+ (20% off)

$196.00

$236.00

$276.00

 

** You can attend both this workshop and the Coaching Workshop: Putting EBD into Practice in Senior Living Environments for a combo price of $740 (save $200)! Select the combo price during registration; regular Affiliate discounts apply. **

 

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the challenges of affordability in various settings for people as they age and how public /private partnerships and new approaches to programming and design can close the affordability gap and open access to living spaces.
  • Identify aspects of the built environment that across the continuum of care (i.e. aging in place, acute care, rehabilitation, AL, IL, etc.) that support (or don’t support) health and wellness and design strategies that better enable care
  • Apply current design research findings to the design of personal and public spaces for people as they age.
  • Identify new and existing models for living environments for people as they age and evaluate their effectiveness for both care and health/wellness.

 

 

Presenting Faculty

Addie Abushousheh, PhD, Assoc. AIA, EDAC
Organizational & Environmental Gerontologist 
Research Associate, The Center for Health Design




 

Dr. Roger Landry
Preventative Medicine Physician
President, Masterpiece Living
Author

 

 

 

Steve Lindsey
CEO
Garden Spot Communities

 

 

 

Angela Perry, LNHA, COO
Administrator
Vernon Manor Health Care Center
 


 

 

Al Castro, MS, CSW
Program Director
Health Research Department
United Community Center


 

 

Dr. Arun S. Rao
Medical Director of Care Coordination
Penn Medicine Princeton Health

 

 

 

Dodd Kattman, AIA, LEED, AP
Principal
MKM Architecture + Design

 

 

 

Vickie W. Harris
Founder and CEO
CommunityConneXor

 

 

 

Michelle A. Pinkowski, Esq.
Pinkowski Law & Policy Group

 


 

 

Madeline Franklin, JD
Executive Director
STL Village

 

 

 

Jill Shroeder, CID
Certified Interior Designer & Senior Planner
Pope Architects

 

 

 

Stephen J Shields
Co-Founder & CEO
Action Pact Holdings, LLC

 

 

 

Debbie Wiegand
Director of Operations
The GREEN HOUSE Project