Select Criteria: Session Type = Educational Session

Monday, April 08, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E01
This presentation will use real-life case studies and evidence-based data to explore the true effectiveness of the small home model. Participants will explore questions such as: What is the best number for residents? How do care and service partners really work in these environments? How do you design for smaller... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Cindy Elkin
Senior Interior Designer
RLF
Speaker/Presenter
Lorraine G. Hiatt Ph.D.
Environmental Gerontologist
Lorraine G. Hiatt, Ph.D., Environmental Gerontology, Planning, Research and Design
Speaker/Presenter
Robert Yohe AIA, FACHA
Senior Vice President
rlf
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E02
This presentation highlights case studies where single family homes have been converted into small assisted living facilities in Texas and elsewhere. The presenter will focus on the challenges of meeting state licensing regulations; locally adopted fire, building, and zoning standards; and negative neighborhood reactions. The presenter will explain the advantages... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Fred Worley
Architect
Fred Worley Architect
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E03
The 2008 master plan for a new “urban village” at the southern end of Puget Sound called for senior housing as an essential element of a vibrant, walkable mixed-use community. The resulting GenCare Lifestyle project, now nearing completion, provides a continuum of housing, care, and services for older adults wishing... Read More
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Speaker/Presenter
Robert Pfauth
ARCHITECT
ERDMAN
Speaker/Presenter
Ruthmarie Zimmerman
Executive Director
GenCare Lifestyle Point Ruston
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E04
Frequently, designers are expected to solve the worldly woes of clients with incomplete information, rather than possessing the necessary resources to design an environment that responds to current and anticipated needs. This session explores the importance of clients’ organizational and operational documentation as an untapped resource to support the ideal... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Addie Abushousheh PhD, EDAC, Assoc. AIA
Gerontologist, Researcher & Consultant
Organizational & Environmental Development
Speaker/Presenter
Margaret Calkins PhD
President
IDEAS Institute
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E05
This session provides insight into the design and construction options available for independent living, assisted living/memory care, and skilled nursing communities at different locations throughout the country. Presenters will discuss the decision process required to determine the best construction type for a given structure. Specific framing systems, such as load-bearing... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Grant Warner AIA, LEED AP
Principal
D2 Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
John Kimble
PRINCIPAL
HART, GAUGLER & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Speaker/Presenter
Matthew Andres
Senior Project Manager
Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Monday, April 08, 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E06
Research is the foundation of evidence-based design and a necessary component in testing new ideas. This session provides a summary of peer-reviewed research articles that focus on developing a better understanding of the impacts and outcomes associated with the delivery of person-centered care practices (PCC). The speakers will disentangle the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Addie Abushousheh PhD, EDAC, Assoc. AIA
Gerontologist, Researcher & Consultant
Organizational & Environmental Development
Speaker/Presenter
Migette Kaup PhD. IDEC, EDAC, NCIDQ, ASID, IIDA
Professor Interior Design & Gerontology
Kansas State University
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E07
Do boomers really want to retire and live as the prior generation? Gensler's three-year research studies indicate no. This presentation shares the content and longevity research gathered with The Milken Institute’s Center for the Future of Aging, AARP, Georgetown University’s Aging Well Hub, Phillips, Generation United, and others, to illustrate... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Laura Latham AIGA
Senior Associate
Gensler
Speaker/Presenter
Tama Duffy Day
PRINCIPAL
Gensler DC
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E08
Learn why the voice of elder residents is vital to a successful campus repositioning and how their wisdom contributes to better decision-making and design. As one elder stated: “We hired the best chef we could find and ordered a hamburger.” This highly successful vertical Green House model of care has... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Debbie Wiegand
Director of Operations
THE GREEN HOUSE PROJECT
Speaker/Presenter
Kelley Hoffman
Project Manager
RDG PLANNING & DESIGN
Speaker/Presenter
Scott Pfeifer
Senior Partner
RDG PLANNING & DESIGN
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E09
An estimated 10 percent of people over the age of 70 have a condition known as Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). MCI reduces individuals’ ability to accomplish instrumental activities of daily living and shrinks their life space, but with the right support they can remain independent. This session will discuss how... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Amy Rodriguez PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology
Emory University
Speaker/Presenter
Jennifer DuBose MS, EDAC, LEED AP
Associate Director and Senior Research Associate
SimTigrate Design Lab
Speaker/Presenter
Joshua Crews AIA, EDAC
Design Team Director
A Nelson Company
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E10
This presentation offers an overview of architectural acoustics, using appropriate terminology and basic examples to demonstrate the impact of the acoustical environment on seniors. It will also provide a summary of FGI 2018 acoustical criteria for senior care facilities, and review how those criteria address the concerns of seniors in... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Ed Logsdon
Principal Consultant
Logsdon Acoustical Consulting, LLC
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Monday, April 08, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E11
Kitchens and baths are two areas that can make cottages, apartments, or condos shine. This session will explore the full range of possibilities that should be considered based on current floor plan layouts, new technologies, and product innovations. Drawing from other industries, this session will provide examples of how the... Read More
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Speaker/Presenter
Eric McRoberts AIA
Partner
RLPS Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Jessica Jack
Interior Designer
RLPS
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E12
Healthcare is moving beyond the walls of the hospital. This is due in part to a growing population that requires medical care but is stable enough to be treated at home. Caring for these populations in their own home is more convenient and cost effective than providing that same care... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Ellen Taylor PhD, AIA, MBA, EDAC
VP for Research
The Center for Health Design
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E13
This session will highlight some of the award-winning projects from Environments for Aging magazine’s 2018 Design Showcase. Representatives from the winning teams will share their unique projects, highlighting the challenges they encountered and design solutions implemented. The panel will explore important ideas for the design community to incorporate into future... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Carol Reitter Elia
Owner
CR Design
Speaker/Presenter
Robert Simonetti
Design Director
SWBR Architects
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E14
This presentation will shift from a traditional focus of “improving dementia care” to “promoting living well.” The speakers will explore opportunities to reconsider how we design spaces for those with Alzheimer’s and refocus to understand each person’s well-being. Opportunities to provide agency to residents during the planning process will be... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Dustin Julius
Designer
RLPS ARCHITECTS
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Smith
President & CEO
LIVE WELL ALLIANCE
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E15
Building a ground-up assisted living facility in Anchorage, Alaska, has many challenges, the least of which is environment. Nursing homes were built for early settlers and Alaska natives in the 1970s, but since then few large senior living facilities have been built. This case study is a new project type... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Doug Clegg
President
Spring Creek Enterprise
Speaker/Presenter
Jackson Ferguson
Principal
FFKR ARCHITECTS
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Monday, April 08, 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E16
With technology and digital media now embraced by all generations, brand identity has never been more important to senior living communities. From a community’s digital presence to its physical environments, strategic branding is essential to attracting new residents and standing out from the competition. This session will provide an overview... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jessie Santini
Senior Interior Designer
RLPS ARCHITECTS
Speaker/Presenter
Rob Love
President & CEO
LOVE LLC
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E17
While co-living (contemporary residence with shared living spaces) is typically associated with urban millennials, new and revived co-living residential models also appeal to many older adults. Co-living is “the middle landscape” between conventional retirement communities on the one hand and aging in place on the other (in what may become... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Sherry Ahrentzen
Shimberg Professor of Housing Studies
Shimberg Center University Of Florida
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E18
Environments for Aging magazine’s annual Remodel/Renovation Competition, with support from SAGE, sheds light on projects that have noteworthy aspects to inspire future renovation projects, big or small. This presentation brings together winners from this year’s competition to explore their specific projects and how they approached their unique environments to create... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Lori Wegman
PRESIDENT
WEGMAN DESIGN GROUP
Speaker/Presenter
Ric D'Amico
Vice President
THE BELAIRE GROUP
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E19
Trempealeau County Healthcare Center sought a facility to match staff’s unparalleled delivery of care. In this session, attendees will gain insight into a recovery-based behavioral health model that sheds existing paradigms, strives to eliminate stigma, and has a client focus on design decisions. The presenter will demonstrate how empathetic design... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David Kimball AIA, CCS, CDT
Principal/Architect
Wendel
Speaker/Presenter
Steve Campbell CDT
Senior Project Manager
Wendel
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E20
This presentation will present new studies showing the relationship between indoor air quality and occupant health—not just occupant comfort. These studies provide sound evidence for new design and maintenance standards for residential nursing and assisted living facilities as well as acute medical and surgical care facilities. Come learn how you... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Stephanie Taylor MD, March
CEO, Consultant
Harvard Medical School Consultant, CEO Taylor Healthcare
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Tuesday, April 09, 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E21
Design projects vary in size, scope, demographics and budgets; however, one commonality is they will each present a number of challenges throughout the course of a project. Some challenges are unique, while others are quite common. Learn from three designers, each working within a different top design firm in the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Kelley Hoffman
Project Manager
RDG PLANNING & DESIGN
Speaker/Presenter
Rachelle DeGeorge
PRINCIPAL
Studio 121, Inc
Speaker/Presenter
Stacy Peters LEED Accredited Professional ID+C, NCIDQ
Director of Design
Faulkner Design Group
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E22
How do individuals with incomes that are above qualifying for traditional affordable housing and below affording an entrance fee or private pay community find suitable senior housing options? Older adults who can afford entrance fee CCRCs have many options. Middle income seniors struggle to find affordable housing combined with the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Dana Wollschlager
Partner and Practice Leader
Plante Moran Living Forward
Speaker/Presenter
Jamie Timoteo
Senior Vice President
Plante Moran Living Forward
Speaker/Presenter
Jill Schroeder CID, CIDQ
Senior Interior Designer
Pope Architects
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E23
Laurel Lake Retirement Community, a premier not-for-profit CCRC, took the initiative to reposition its town center into a new center for healthy living. This project has transformed Laurel Lake’s active lifestyle amenities that were originally designed to serve a much smaller community. Perspectus Architecture is conducting a post-occupancy evaluation (POE)... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Eileen Nacht
Project Manager
Perspectus Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Jim Wallis AIA, IIDA, NCARB
Principal
Perspectus Architecture
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E24
What is the BEST way to design a supportive memory care environment? What are the MOST important considerations? Not everyone agrees, and there are pros and cons to the multiple community styles to be considered. These presenters each bring a different level of experience and perspective to an informative and... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Chuck Archer
Associate
LRS ARCHITECTS INC
Speaker/Presenter
Lisa Warnock
Principal
Lrs Architects Inc
Speaker/Presenter
Margaret Calkins PhD
President
IDEAS Institute
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E25
Technology is revolutionizing the way we live, how we communicate, and how we care for ourselves and one another. The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way senior living communities are connecting, serving, and caring for their residents. Implemented well, technology strategies and products could keep seniors connected and... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Grant Warner AIA, LEED AP
Principal
D2 Architecture
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Tuesday, April 09, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E26
To draw in new residents to senior living environments, interior design has become a vital topic. Many facilities are opting for design that incorporates furnishings and finishes used in hospitality spaces. While the look may be attractive, there are underlying healthcare considerations that need to be recognized and examined closely.... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Libby Laguta CHID, EDAC, ACHE
President, AAHID
Speaker/Presenter
Nancy Bounds ASID, CHID, MS
Registered Interior Designer
NB Interiors
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E27
As person-centered care evolves, there is a third leg needed for the proverbial “three-legged stool” that must be evaluated during the planning and programming of multigenerational communities. This is the understanding of the human interaction within spaces, including identification of what entails a meaningful interaction, what interactions build socialization and... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jane Rohde AIA, FIIDA, ACHA, CHID
Principal
JSR Associates, Inc.
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E28
In 2017, The Center for Health Design developed an awards program to acknowledge and recognize projects that have demonstrated the use of an evidence-based design (EBD) process in the pursuit of design that increases value and improves outcomes for stakeholders and customers. Applications are evaluated based upon achievement of criteria... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Donna Deckard BSN, MPA, EDAC
Director of Strategic Projects
The Center for Health Design
Speaker/Presenter
Randy Carter
Vice President for Partnership Development
The Center for Health Design
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E29
Healing environments have long focused on supporting patients on their healing journey.    This presentation presents findings from interviews with caregivers, the core support of the patient.   This often-overlooked volunteer population is responsible for taking care of another person, family or a friend who is sick, frail or disabled.  Caregivers have... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker
Barbara Huelat FASID, AAHID, EDAC
Principal
Huelat Davis
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E30
The senior living landscape is evolving rapidly. Demographic shifts, consumer preference and healthcare reform are driving significant changes in how we deliver care and services.  Technological advances and innovations play a key role in helping senior living communities keep up, but how do you get a handle on all the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
CC Andrews MAgS, EDAC
President
Quantum Age Collaborative
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Tuesday, April 09, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E31
When a community refers to your campus as a “nursing home,” how do you change perceptions and forge a successful path forward? This was the challenge Oshkosh, Wis.-based Evergreen faced. Under the leadership of President/CEO Ken Arneson, community engagement became a priority. Developing partnerships, creating programming, and investing in the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Ken Arneson
Director of Marketing
EVERGREEN
Speaker/Presenter
Russ McLaughlin
Senior Associate
SAGE
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E32
Isolation will soon be the epidemic of our time. It’s a reality that affects senior living and city development alike. However, little has been done to effectively incentivize social interaction and independence at the community scale. By explaining the impact shared “commons” have had on our community’s health over the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Dodd Kattman
Partner
MKM ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN
Speaker/Presenter
Zachary Benedict AIA
Principal
MKM architecture + design
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E33
In 2014, CommCare Corp. opened Rivière de Soleil in Louisiana, a first-of-its-kind household model with a 130-bed skilled nursing care residence. The prototype vision continues to evolve in response to balancing the influences of operational and physical environmental performance with training, reimbursement, and other financial parameters. Culture change is an... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Donovan Smith
Senior Healthcare Planner
KTH Architects, Inc.
Speaker/Presenter
John Adams
VICE PRESIDENT - HEALTHCARE
KTH ARCH
Speaker/Presenter
John Stassi CPA
Facility Administrator
CommCare Corporation
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E34
Behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) significantly impact quality of life for people with dementia. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has provided multisensory environments (MSE) as BPSD therapy since 2010, and there is a critical need for investigation of MSE during times of personal care assistance where most... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Lesa Lorusso MBA, MsArch, ASID, Allied AIA
Healthcare Director of Research & Innovation
Gresham Smith & Partners
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E35
From creating engaging lifestyles to encouraging personal growth and autonomy, there is an opportunity to evolve the living environment through the use of smart devices and other technologies. Senior housing providers must find effective ways to align and prioritize technology initiatives to support their mission of service. These initiatives are... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Melissa Pritchard AIA, LEED AP
Senior Vice President
SFCS Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Rob Love
President & CEO
LOVE LLC
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Tuesday, April 09, 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E36
Assisted living (AL) has emerged as an important housing and long-term care option for older Americans. Previous efforts to assess AL supply and demand data have primarily been at the state level. However, few studies have examined potential within-state variations or correlations between AL market penetration and socioeconomic characteristics beyond... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Xi Wang
Ph.D. Candidate
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E37
We are having a tough time creating enough affordable housing for the growing demand among older adults with limited incomes. In the past, the federal government provided the solution but now can’t keep up with current need. To expand affordable housing, we need to disrupt the current model and explore... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Steve Lindsey
CEO
Garden Spot Communities
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E38
Viamonte at Walnut Creek, Calif., is a new life plan community that will be completed in 2020. There will be 174 independent residences, seven assisted living units, and 10 memory care rooms developed by Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services. Join these presenters who will discuss and identify the core... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
David Latina
Vice President of Business Development
Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services (NCPHS)
Speaker/Presenter
John Frando
Principal
HKIT ARCHITECTS
Speaker/Presenter
Thomas Brutting
Principal
HKIT ARCHITECTS
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E39
The end of life is a highly emotional and critical time for both patients and families. A holistic approach to hospice design must balance the needs of this human experience for all. The Jack Byrne Center for Palliative and Hospice Care at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center incorporates special amenities designed to... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Charlie Rizza AIA
Associate Partner
E4H Environments for Health Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Kathryn B. Kirkland MD
Section Chief and Director, Palliative Medicine
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E40
Smart home technology provides opportunities for meeting evolving consumer expectations, as well as provider needs in the face of declining Medicaid/Medicare reimbursements. However, technology alone cannot overcome all the challenges that come with aging in place or meet the increasing need for at-home care. Attendees will be challenged to consider... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Daniel Godfrey AIA, LEED AP
Partner
RLPS Architects
Speaker/Presenter
Patrick Sampsell
Chief Environmental and Facilities Officer
MASONIC VILLAGES OF PA
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Wednesday, April 10, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E41
Conducting site visits and facility tours has become a routine part of programming and pre-design activities as facilities and designers wish to learn what designs have or have not worked. Often these site visits are under-planned, causing participants to walk away without a clear sense of what they have learned.... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Addie Abushousheh PhD, EDAC, Assoc. AIA
Gerontologist, Researcher & Consultant
Organizational & Environmental Development
Speaker/Presenter
Gaius Nelson
President
NELSON-TREMAIN PARTNERSHIP
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E42
This presentation will examine the principles of universal design and how they create spaces that equally address the needs of all user groups, including residents, their families, and staff, and support self-directed care. Presenters will demonstrate how inclusive design is intuitive to use and improves quality of life. The seven... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Armando Tobias AIA
Architect
LCM ARCHITECTS LLC
Speaker/Presenter
Steven Montgomery, AIA, LEED AP AIA, LEED AP
Architect
LCM Architects
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E43
Carolina Bay’s Garden Flats are a popular independent living option modeled after historic residences with generous porches. Carolina Bay and the Garden Flats are woven into the vibrant mixed-use Autumn Hall development, offering connection with the wider community. Carolina Bay was named “Best New CCRC in the Country” by Senior... Read More
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E44
Beautifully designed senior living communities provide a sense of permanence and longevity. However, that permanence can be routinely and sometimes dramatically challenged by natural or man-made disasters. Weather-related events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and flooding can compromise or destroy buildings in an instant. Protecting your facilities and, more importantly, the... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Brent Bartell
Associate
HART, GAUGLER & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Speaker/Presenter
Grant Warner AIA, LEED AP
Principal
D2 Architecture
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E45
Virtual reality (VR) offers opportunities for engagement, connection, and understanding for those living in senior living and care communities. For existing, new, or repositioned communities, VR design models allow current and future residents to see what their new home will look like and have input into the design process. VR... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Gracyn Robinson
Senior Interior Designer, Director of Business Development
Levi Wong Design Associates
Speaker/Presenter
Keith Bradley Assoc. AIA, ASAI
Marketing Director, Architectural Visualization and Graphics
LWDA
Speaker/Presenter
Kyle Rand
CEO
Rendever
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

Wednesday, April 10, 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

  • Room: 150 G
  • Session Number: E46
This case study will present the process of defining and designing a new senior center in Charleston, S.C., that defied the ageism stereotype, engaged the community, and translated the users’ wishes into the final design of a 16,000-square-foot facility. Attendees will learn how the building translates into design the six... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Alison Dawson
Project Manager, Project Architect
Liollio Architecture
Speaker/Presenter
Michael Edwards
HEALTH + WELLNESS MARKET LEADER
LIOLLIO ARCHITECTURE
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 AB
  • Session Number: E47
As an antidote to social isolation, senior cohousing provides an alternative for community members who are seeking greater sustainability, community, and purposeful living. While cohousing in the U.S. has typically been created in rural and suburban settings, urban projects are gaining traction as people are realizing the benefits to reducing... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Joren Bass
Development Manager
URBAN DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 250 DE
  • Session Number: E48
Repositioning a 30-year-old campus: Is this an effort in reinvention or just “lipstick on a pig”? Join these presenters as they share their master planning journey of two campuses in the Midwest. Learn about the process, the tools, the deliverables, and the business case model that enabled Christian Horizons to... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Jenelle Bertolino-Ishmael
Chief Strategic Officer
Christian Horizons Senior Living
Speaker/Presenter
Mitchell Elliott
Senior Partner
RDG PLANNING & DESIGN
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 151 G
  • Session Number: E49
Using data from CMS and the Joint Commission regarding common findings in healthcare facilities, this interactive session will offer questions regarding the applicable code requirements. Participants will respond to each question, providing instant feedback. Based on their responses (indicating their knowledge of the specific issue), the presentation will move on... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
William Koffel
President
Koffel Associates
Track(s)
  • Educational Session
  • Room: 150 DEF
  • Session Number: E50
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... Read More
Speaker(s)
Speaker/Presenter
Lisa Bartlett
RA, NCIDQ, LEED AP, EDAC
DAVIS PARTNERSHIP ARCHITECTS
Speaker/Presenter
Robert Soler
VP Human Technologies and Research
BIOS LIGHTING
Track(s)
  • Educational Session

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