EFA Educational programs are designed to provide attendees with just-breaking information, case studies, and research findings on senior care environment design. 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 on how to incorporate memory and dementia care, healthy aging technology, and other environments into design.
You’ll see and hear about successes in senior care design through the community tours, conference sessions, deep dive workshops, as well as specific CCRC workshop related sessions - all filled with information you can take back and put into action.
During the conference you’ll speak with and learn from like-minded professionals. You’ll hear what’s working for others or any hurdles they’ve encountered, and you’ll return home with a renewed, focused perspective on designing for these unique environments.
The Environments for Aging conference plans its educational content to comply with the accreditation requirements accepted by most major credentialing organizations, which allow for attendees to obtain CEU credits.
Who Attends Environments for Aging conference sessions?