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The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design.

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Friday, April 3 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Are We Ready for the Boomers? Folding Senior Care into the Fabric of Healthy Communities

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The first of the Baby Boomers turning 65 marks the beginning of a population shift which will result in the largest senior population in American history. The resulting demand for senior care will necessitate unprecedented creativity in community-building – providing the physical infrastructure needed to address expanding needs while capitalizing on the social equity retirees can bring to communities. This interactive session will explore current models for the delivery of care, emerging technologies, and alternative development models for distributed care and self-directed cooperative aging. It will attempt to envision a model where care is integrated into vibrant, diverse and healthy communities.

Moderators
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Jeremy Southerland

Principal, Rice Fergus Miller
Jeremy Southerland has over 14 years of design and planning experience, and has worked in all phases of projects from master planning through construction. Over 8 years, he has planned over 2 million square feet of retirement housing. Outside of his senior housing work, he led the design of the RFM Office and Studio Project – a LEED Platinum and NZE-capable building. He is committed to responsible design and healthy communities. He... Read More →

Speakers
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Anne P. Glass

Associate Director and Graduate Coordinator, Institute of Gerontology, University of Georgia
Anne P. Glass is a leading researcher in the field of elder self-directed intentional communities. She has collected data at five of the first elder cohousing communities in the U.S. and has continued an ongoing longitudinal study at one community since 2006. She is especially interested in the potential for older adults to provide mutual support and how communities can facilitate this process. She is also dedicated to promoting innovation in... Read More →
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Lisa Hardy

President and CEO, Emerald Communities
Lisa A. Hardy has 32 years of experience in the senior housing industry. She has led the development and construction of projects on several CCRC campuses, and brings direct experience in long-range strategic planning, strong fiscal management, low employee turnover, and strong interpersonal relationships with boards, residents, and employees. She has received licensure as a Nursing Home Administrator in the states of Washington, Georgia, North... Read More →
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James Munn

Manager, Clifton Larson Allen LLP
Mr. Munn is a national and international senior living consultant and a licensed Administrator in the State of Washington and Oregon. Mr. Munn has been serving in the senior living industry for the past 15 years in various capacities such as Analyst, Executive Director at several CCRC’s, and presently as a consultant with CliftonLarsonAllen LLP. Mr. Munn supports the Senior Living Group and provides consulting services to senior living... Read More →



Friday April 3, 2015 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Willow Room Sheraton Hotel

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