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Sunday, March 20, 2011
9:00 - 12:00 p.m.
T01 - Georgia Institute of Technology Aware Home Research Initiative
T02 - Wesley Woods
12:00 - 3:00 p.m.
T03 - Georgia Institute of Technology Aware Home Research Initiative
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
W01- Code Collide-o-scope
W02 - Boomers Aren't Interested in Aging in Place, They Are Looking to be Ageless—A Fresh Look at This Demographic
W03 - A Review of 2009 & 2010 Long Term Living's Remodel- Renovation Competition
W04 - DATHA Coalition: An Integrative Model for Sustainable Aging Practices
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
W05 - 2011 AIA/SAGE Student Design Competition—Rebuilding HOME
4:15 - 5:30 p.m.
P01 - Opening Remarks - Culture Change and the Environment: What Are We Changing and Why?
5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
2011 DESIGN/Environments for Aging Citations of Merit Awards Presentations
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Reception - Exhibit Hall
Monday, March 21, 2011
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
 
R01- Utilizing the Senior Living Sustainability Guide (SLSG)
R02 - Creating Sustainable Transformation—The Longitudinal Process of Culture Change
R03 - New Ways of Thinking—The Future of Senior Living - SOLD OUT!
R04 - Technology and the Future of Environments for Aging - SOLD OUT!
R05 - It Takes a Village To Age in Place
R06 - Welcome Home—What Do Baby Boomers Want?
9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
Track: Considerations for effective aging environments
E01 - Reinvention on a Dime
Track: Innovations in design for positive outcomes
E02 - Culture Change and Person Centered Care in New Small Houses—Design Features that Improve the Odds
Track: Solutions that enhance the human experience
E03 - Evidence-based Design for Individuals with Dementia—What's New in the Last 5 Years?
Track: Future-focused models leading change
E04 - It Takes a Village—Intergenerational Living at Bethany Village
Track: Trends towards independence and wellness
E05 - Independence, Wellness and Choice at Laguna Honda Hospital
Track: Aging in Place - Universal Design
A01 - Designing Homes that Make Life Easier—the Universal Design Living Laboratory
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Track: Innovations in design for positive outcomes
E06 - Constructing a Road Map for Culture Change in Long Term Care—A National Stakeholder Perspective
Track: Innovations in design for positive outcomes
E07 - Benchmarking Senior Care Facilities with ENERGY STAR's New Energy Performance Scale
Track: Solutions that enhance the human experience
E08 - Out of Sight—Senior Care Design for Age Related Visual Impairments
Track: Future-focused models leading change
E09 - New Urbanism—Not So New, But So Applicable to Senior Living
Track: Trends towards independence and wellness
E10 - Walking and Independence—Design and Planning for Seniors
Track: Aging in Place - Universal Design
A02 - Universal Design — Creating Homes and Communities for a Lifetime
12:00 - 3:15 p.m.
Lunch in Exhibit Hall
3:15 - 4:15 p.m.
Track: Innovations in design for positive outcomes
E11 - The Mary Taylor House—A Case Study of Speedy, Green Design
Track: Innovations in design for positive outcomes
E12 - Criteria for Floorcovering in Senior Living Environments—An EBD Approach
Track: Solutions that enhance the human experience
E13 - The Design of Inpatient Hospice Environments to Support the Body, Mind, and Spirit
Track: Future-focused models leading change
E14 - Hybrid Homes for Seniors—The Best of Both Worlds
Track: Trends towards independence and wellness
E15 - The PACE Program—A Case Study in Successful Design
Track: Aging in Place - Universal Design
A03 - Design for Life: The Ageless Home
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Track: Innovations in design for positive outcomes
E16 - Are Your Buildings Contributing to Poor Resident Health?—How To Develop a Successful IEQ Plan
Track: Innovations in design for positive outcomes
E17 - Are We Keeping Up? -Bridging the Gap Between Research and Design for Environments for the Aging
Track: Solutions that enhance the human experience
E18 - Wellness Design—Architecture that Breaks the Bounds of Shelter
Track: Future-focused models leading change
E19 - The Future—Quality Affordable Housing for Seniors
Track: Trends towards independence and wellness
E20 - Increasing Physical Activity through Access to Nature
Track: Aging in Place - Universal Design
A04 - Design for CHOICE!
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Networking Event
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
8:15 - 9:15 a.m.
Track: Considerations for effective aging environments
E21 - Sustainable Systems Design—Reducing Your Impact on the Environment While Improving Your Bottom Line
Track: Lessons learned from across the globe
E22 - Reintroducing Community Integration in U.S. Nursing Homes—Case Studies from Europe
Track: Solutions that enhanc the human experience
E23 - Living with Dementia—How Design Can Make a Difference
Track: Future-focused models leading change
E24 - The Use of the Cohousing Model for an Innovative Elder-only Intentional Community
Track Understanding the research and regulatory mindset
E25 - Creating Change in the Regulatory Milieu—National Culture Change Initiatives
Track: Aging in Place - Universal Design
A05 - Universal Design—Strategies to Communicate with Customers and Drive Sales
9:15 - 11:15 a.m.
Special Break in Exhibit Hall
11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Track: Considerations for effective aging environments
E26 - Integrating Culture Change—Non -Traditional Design Approaches
Track: Lessons learned from across the globe
E27 - Designing Long-Term—Lessons Learned from China
Track: Solutions that enhance the human experience
E28 -I Am Old and I Cannot See—A Rehab Dilemma
Track: Future-focused models leading change
E29 - Urban Planning Beyond the Hospital—A Collaboration With Our Community, Consumers and Business
Track Understanding the research and regulatory mindset
E30 - Predicting Staying Power—The Untapped Power of the POE
Track: Aging in Place - Universal Design
A06 - Designing Homes that Make Life Easier—the Universal Design Living Laboratory
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
P02 - Closing Keynote with Seated Lunch
The Elder-Centric Village™ (ECV) Movement—A Model for Senior Living and Urban Renewal