1 unit EDAC continuing education
1 unit AIA continuing education**
IDCEC credit also available**
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Conversation and the exchange of experiences, insights and expectations among exemplars of the healthcare and design industries.
Environments for people as they age have been evolving for decades. However, the COVID pandemic exposed the existing fault lines of our current offerings in senior living environments. This engaging virtual panel will bring together a diverse group of industry thought leaders to explore where these challenges exist and how the built environment, technology, community, and innovative new models could reshape the future of health, wellness and how and where we will age.
Jane Rohde, AIA, FIIDA, ASID, ACHA, CHID, LEED AP BD+C, Principal and Founder, JSR Associates
Jane Rohde champions a widespread global cultural shift toward de‐institutionalized senior living facilities through her consulting, research and advocacy, which provides services to non‐profit and for-profit developers, government agencies, and senior living and care providers. She also provides education to providers, regulators, and peers on senior living trends, programming and design that support and improve the lives of elders.
Jane’s consulting practice includes the promotion of person‐centered environments, sustainability, and universal design solutions. She sits on the Environmental Standards Council, part of The Center for Health Design, the GSA Sustainability Advisory Committee, ASHRAE 189.1 WG09, ASHRAE 189.3, GBI ANSI 01‐2010: 2015 Revision Committee, GBI Technical Committee, LEED Supply Chain Task Force, FGI Executive Steering Committee and the Health Guidelines Revision Committee.
In April 2015, Jane received the first Changemaker Award for Environments for Aging from The Center for Health Design. She speaks internationally on senior living, aging, healthcare, evidence based design and sustainability.
Dr. Roger Landry, Preventive Medicine Physician, Author
Dr. Roger Landry is a preventive medicine physician, author of award-winning Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging and President of Masterpiece Living, a group of multi-discipline specialists in aging who partner with communities to assist them in becoming destinations for continued growth. Trained at Tufts University School of Medicine and Harvard University School of Public Health, Dr. Landry specializes in building environments that empower older adults to maximize their unique potential.
His book, Live Long, Die Short has been endorsed by AARP, is a 2014 Living Now Book Award Gold Medal Winner and was a 2014 Top Pick in MORE magazine. He is a regular contributor to national outlets such as the US News Report and Huffington Post, and featured on ABC, Fox News, CBS, BBC among others. He was also an expert contributor to the recently published 80 Things to Do When You Turn 80.
Faith Marabella, Owner Wellesley Design Consultants
Faith Marabella has specialized in Senior Living Design for over 20 years; first as an Architect, then as an Interior Designer. She now owns Wellesley Design Consultants, Inc. in Haverhill, MA which has a rich history designing Senior Living for more than 30 years. She carries on that expertise, while continuously innovating in a dynamic market by attending conferences, seminars, and symposiums. Faith is a member of the Ageless Living Collaborative; an active think tank looking to change the narrative around Senior Living. She actively collaborates with manufacturers who focus on the best solutions for Seniors. Faith is passionate about her affordable housing projects that contribute towards minimizing the current New England housing crisis. Faith instills in her team that, “Senior design, is Universal design”.
Ryan Frederick, MBA, B.S.E., CEO, SmartLiving 360, Home as Health Blog
Ryan is focused on the intersection of place and healthy aging. SmartLiving 360 helps institutions and individuals thrive in the Age of Longevity by providing strategy consulting services, real estate development services and consumer content. Clients include dozens of organizations ranging from not-for-profit single site and multi-site retirement communities to leading health systems to billion-dollar institutional investment firms to national real estate developers, among others. His joint development with Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE: FRT), The Stories at Congressional Plaza, is an age friendly apartment community in greater Washington, D.C. has attracted national attention. He is recognized as a national thought leader and keynote speaker, including for the Environments for Aging conference. He publishes a consumer blog at www.smartliving360.com and his consumer book, Right Place, Right Time: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Home for the Second Half of Life, will be released by Johns Hopkins University Press in the fall.
Mr. Frederick is a graduate of Princeton University and the Stanford Graduate School of Business and lives in Austin, Texas with his wife and three kids.