Environments for Aging - Summer 2020 - 10

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Tool for Evaluating the Design of the
Household Model

Design Strategies to Meet the Needs
of the Middle Market

The household model of design seeks to recreate the core
elements of a home environment for residents. While research
generally suggests that household models are associated with
more positive outcomes, a major limitation of the research is
the lack of a standardized definition of, or tool to measure, the
homelike character of a long-term care setting. The Environmental
Audit Screening Evaluation (EASE) is an evidence-based tool
designed to evaluate the discrete elements of household design
in long-term care settings in a manner no other assessment tool
offers. Learn how the instrument is used and see examples of
environmental elements that may typically otherwise go unnoticed.

This session will include the mission perspective and
strategic significance of extending housing to the
middle market. Presenters will profile successful middle
market senior housing models and identify key factors
for development including market characteristics,
campus integration, and design uniqueness. They will
profile the latest design parameters including common
space designs, accommodation styles, and overall
building characteristics and layouts that maximize
operational efficiencies and reduce construction
costs. Hear about how to integrate adaptive re-use
opportunities and see examples from senior living
providers.

Lead speaker:
Maggie Calkins, board chair, IDEAS Institute
Maggie Calkins, PhD, EDAC, FGSA, is
nationally recognized as a creative and dynamic
leader, trainer, and researcher in the field of
environments for elders. She is president of
IDEAS: Innovative Designs in Environments for
an Aging Society, a consulting firm dedicated to exploring the
therapeutic potential of the environment-social and organizational
as well as physical-particularly as it relates to frail and impaired
older adults. She is a highly sought-after speaker for conferences in
the U.S. and abroad. She has published extensively and received
over $5 million in grant funding from the National Institutes of
Health and foundations to develop training materials and explore
the impact of the environment on people with dementia.
Co-presenter:
Robert Wrublowsky, principal, MMP
Architects
Robert Wrublowsky specializes in environmental
gerontology, and his work is well respected for
challenging the traditional view that the majority
of long-term care facilities do not adequately
provide an environment that supports individuals inflicted with a
form of cognitive impairment. He focuses on bringing knowledge
into practice to transform the culture of care, from philosophical to
system-wide shifts, which includes a fundamental change to physical
design concepts focusing on resident needs before institutional
process. He is currently working with various Canadian governments
and LTC providers to bring about necessary changes in culture and
design to allow for a truly resident-directed care environment. Robert
speaks at LTC and Alzheimer conferences annually and has a number
of publications on the subject matter.

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Lead speaker:
Craig Kimmel, partner, RLPS
Architects
Craig Kimmel's involvement in the
design of award-winning senior
housing spans a 29-year career. He is
a LEED Accredited Professional and
a Registered Architect with NCARB certification. His
professional affiliations include the American Institute
of Architects, LeadingAge, and the U.S. Green Building
Council. He has served as a speaker at state and
national conferences, drawing on his particular focus
managing complex senior living and care projects for
both new construction and facility reinventions. He
also serves on his local township planning commission,
providing a deeper understanding of long-term
planning and municipal development issues.
Co-presenter:
Margaret Yu, designer, RLPS
Architects
Margaret Yu is an architectural
designer with 18 years of experience
in design, construction documents,
and construction administration. Her
background and experience enable her to develop
innovative design solutions that are conscientious of
budget and project timelines.


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