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New York Health Design Insights Networking Event


When: September 14, 2017
Time: 5:30pm Eastern
Where: New York, NY United States
Price: Free for Affiliate Members (log in to website)

These networking events feature an educational session worth 1 EDAC CEU/AIA HSW + plenty of social time to meet the local healthcare design community.

About:

NEW IDEAS, NEW CONNECTIONS, NEW INSIGHTS

What’s new in healthcare design? What’s changing? Who’s doing what and where? And what do your local colleagues think about it all?

Join us for “Innovations in Healthcare Design” — your chance to catch up on the latest industry buzz, connect with colleagues in a casual setting over wine and hors d’oeuvres, and still get home in time for your favorite show. 

This event is FREE to CHD Affiliate Members, Partners, and Guests (make sure you are logged into the website before you register).   Non-members can attend for a $40 donation which can later be applied towards membership. Contact Lynn Kenney for details, lkenney@healthdesign.org.

 

Location Information

Event Venue:
Steelcase WorkLife Center
4 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
United States

Presenting Faculty

Jane M. Rohde, AIA, FIIDA, ASID, ACHA, CHID, LEED AP BD+C
Green Globes CIEB Assessor, Principal
JSR Associates, Inc.

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 will be presenting: 

“Beyond Aging in Place: Opportunities and Innovative Solutions in Universal Design”
A vast majority of the design community embraces Universal Design as a concept – especially those in the health and wellness sector, but true universal design implementation is challenging. What does universal design look like in practice? How can we move beyond the treatment of universal design as a compartmentalized approach to design for aging and accessibility? This presentation includes a shift of mindset and approach to using principles of universal design in not only the built environment, but also as part of the care model.