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The Memory Care Design Challenge:
Design Criteria That Score Winning
Outcomes for Individuals, Groups, and
Staff

Design and Building Keeping Pace with
Change

Researchers have begun to look beyond pharmaceuticals
to tap into what people can and cannot do, despite
various combinations of memory and physical changes.
The burgeoning demand for memory-related services and
shrinking labor force have yet to be met with widespread,
beneficial design initiatives. More responsive settings
may increase movement, mitigate mood disorders/stress,
and improve attention span. Layouts and equipment may
also match care and service roles without conveying the
institutional dependency of the past. The environment
is present 24 hours a day, and to overlook or ignore its
potential further invites confusion and deflects time,
thereby squandering precious healthcare resources. This
session offers visions, examples, and design tools to meet
these challenges.
Lead speaker:
Lorraine Hiatt, environmental
gerontologist, Planning, Research and
Design Consultation
Lorraine G. Hiatt, PhD, has 50 years'
experience in planning, post-occupancy
research, and design consultation. That work has covered
more than 800 projects and 75 percent of it has been
memory-focused. Her experience includes functional
programming, optimizing mobility, bio-care, social choices,
and staffing.
Co-presenter:
CC Andrews, president, Quantum Age
Collaborative
CC Andrews is among the top strategists
in senior living and aging services,
specializing in positioning and branding,
strategic planning, industry trending, and leadership
development. She serves on advisory groups for several
organizations, including SAGE, Advancing Excellence, and
the American College of Health Care Administrators. She is
adjunct faculty at St. Joseph's College of Maine, teaching
senior living strategy, and holds a master's degree in the
Management of Aging Services from the UMBC School of
Aging.

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How can senior living facility design, both in process and final
build out, be agile and flexible enough to accommodate the rapid
change in our outlooks on health and economic market conditions?
Flexibility within the design layout and systems, conservative
measures in the design approach and construction, and an
understanding of the macro and micro market forces are all required
to develop a successful facility. This session will discuss and debate
senior living CCRC projects currently in the works and will present
other projects for further explanation and provide project examples
that cover different senior living facility types, scales, and programs.
Lead speaker:
Faith Hawks, principal, Moseley Architects
An owner of Moseley Architects and a principal in
the senior living sector, Faith Hawks, AIA, LEED AP,
has been with the firm for 30 years. As a principal
designer for the firm, she has provided oversight
and guidance to the firm's multi-family housing projects. She is a
lecturer and visiting critic for the architectural programs at Morgan
State University, Maryland Institute College of Art, and the University
of Maryland.
Co-presenters:
James Owens, division vice president and
national senior living market coordinator, The
Whiting Turner Contracting Company
James Owens is the national senior living market
coordinator for one of the largest contractors in
the country with a career-long focus on the senior community facility
industry. He has been working with Erickson Living for the past 15
years managing the design and construction of all buildings in the
1,500-unit CCRCs, as well as working with other national clients
providing senior care and living facilities.
Margaret Suit, LEED AP, vice president of
development, Erickson Living
Margaret Suit is responsible for managing and
guiding new campus development through the
architectural design process with specific regard to
the coordination of master planning, common area
programming, and design for Erickson Living's independent living
and continuing care products. She also leads the management
of the design process for all Erickson Living developing
communities, as well the lifecycle and renovation process for
existing communities. Her primary focus is to ensure that the
building designs support the operational programs, conform to
regionally based market demands, and enhance the Erickson Living
experience for residents.
 


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