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TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2-3 P.M. EDT

TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2-3 P.M. EDT

Designing Environments for Aging:
Resources to Anticipate and Plan for Future
Needs

Gin Joints, Tap Rooms, Taverns, and Pubs

Far too frequently, design professionals are expected to be
magicians rather than logicians. They are expected to solve
all their clients' worldly woes with incomplete information and
documentation, without being equipped with the necessary
resources to design an environment that both responds to
current needs as well as anticipates future requirements. Come
explore more than 400 evidence-based resources for planning
and designing for the current and anticipated needs of an aging
population. Obtain specific insights to inform your everyday
practice including putting technology to work in the care process
and memory care design, preventing injuries and increasing safety,
designing for age-related changes, universal design for human
needs, and tailoring lighting interventions for Alzheimer's.
Lead speaker:
Addie Abushousheh, gerontologist, researcher,
and consultant for organizational and
environmental development
Addie Abushousheh, PhD, EDAC, Assoc.
AIA, explores cultural and bio-psychosocial perspectives, organizational structures and processes,
physical environments, workforce models, and regulatory and
financial frameworks in relation to decision making, resource
management, and quality improvement for long-term care. With
combined expertise in architecture, organizational development,
aging, and applied research, she is uniquely positioned to
advance comprehensive and translational agendas related to
quality assessment and performance improvement within the
continuum of care. In addition to consultation and research,
she publishes and presents regularly and serves in a review and
advisory capacity to industry organizations.
Co-presenter:
Lynn Kenney, director of industry relations,
The Center for Health Design
Lynn Kenney's expertise in developing
partnerships and her ability to lead effective
member outreach and education programs are
key skills used in her position as director of industry relations.
Working closely with members, she identifies new benefit
opportunities and increases the value of the member experience.
She is an active contributor in the industry and serves as a member
of the FGI Guidelines 2022 Health Guidelines Revision Committee.
Prior to joining The Center, she was a senior analyst, advocacy,
with the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE). 
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Pubs are a place full of vitality and community and are now
becoming a key ingredient in a life plan community's social
lifestyle. Many pub venues in life plan communities offer unique
dining menus throughout the day from breakfast to latenight snacks. Opening a pub venue is a multifaceted process,
including licensing, programming, design, and implementation.
Presenters will take you through each of these steps, along with
real-life experiences and outcomes. Attendees will explore the
design principles, mechanics, and economics behind providing
a pub venue, and experts on design, operations, financing, and
governance will share their experience and research findings in
developing a pub experience.
Lead speaker:
Quinn deMenna, AIA, project manager,
Spiezle Architectural Group
Quinn deMenna, former principal for the
architectural firm City Invincible (now part
of Spiezle Architectural Group), has a true
passion for improving the lives of elders and
creating truly livable and supportive residential settings. He has
28 years of experience in the design of award-winning senior
housing and long-term care environments including planning,
programming, design, project management, and construction
administration. He has successfully led many nationally
recognized senior living providers through the building design
process, from concept to construction.
Co-presenters:
Schelley Hollyday, principal, The Hollyday
Group
Schelley Hollyday provides hospitality direction
for retirement communities, assisted living,
and skilled nursing. Areas of expertise include
dining services, concierge services, and resident and hospitality
technology.
Keith Grady, executive director, Applewood
Estates CCRC
Keith Grady is an innovative and dedicated
professional in the field of aging and longterm care with over 30 years of management,
operational, development, and start-up
experience. He focuses on providing quality provisions of longterm care and effective leadership and has a proven ability to
create an environment of trust and mutual respect. He has been
an integral part of Winchester Gardens for over 30 years and
is currently pursuing his master's in Gerontology from UMASS
Boston.


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