Educational programs are designed to provide attendees with just-breaking information, case studies, and research findings on myriad topics. These sessions are either research-focused or offer other educational scenarios including case studies, design outcomes or processes, and exploration of timely topics. Attendees will enjoy information-rich presentations with opportunities for Q&A and many provide opportunities to earn CEUs. The Environments for Aging conference sessions are comprised of the following tracks:
Trends & Transformation
Presents cutting-edge developments, approaches, and considerations that transform the aging experience.
Supporting & Improving Memory Care
Connects environmental design interventions and responsive behaviors for residents living with dementia and other cognitive challenges.
Guidelines, Codes & Standards
Highlights the latest standards, guidelines, and best practices across a variety of environments and design challenges.
Explores new design interventions and technology solutions that support healthy and productive aging.
Provides an array of design challenges and how they were explored, designed, and executed. Offers the newest design thinking, concepts, and trends.
Design for Health & Wellness
Explores models and examples for positive and healthy aging in a variety of community settings.
Presents findings from myriad case studies that point to new directions for supporting positive elder lifestyles.
Unique two-hour workshops that provide attendees the opportunity to delve deeper into topics via in-depth presentations and dialogue between workshop speakers and attendees.