April 21-24, 2018 | Savannah, GA
WHAT: The Environments for Aging Expo & Conference offers the latest strategies and ideas for creating functional and attractive living environments that meet the needs of our aging population. During this comprehensive three-day learning experience, attendees will network with peers while learning the latest innovations and best practices in senior friendly design for long-term and residential care settings.
Community tours offer insights into innovations of senior living designs. These walk-throughs provide real-life examples of incorporating best practice techniques, new enrichment opportunities, and memory & dementia care focused design.
Workshops provide an in-depth look at processes and procedures utilized across continuum of care, from CCRC design where some residents may still be independent, to memory and dementia care design.
WHERE: Savannah International Trade & convention Center in Savannah, GA
WHEN: April 21 - 24, 2018
WHY: Attendees will share common goals and innovations as well as building, architecture and best practices. Don’t miss the opportunity to gain inspiration through a gathering of like-minded, forward-thinking individuals instrumental in the creation of future living environments for the aging. Best practices for products and materials, along with current trends in colors, mood setting, and use of space all contribute to the various aspects of senior friendly design.
Please join EUA's senior living experts to talk about the services EUA can provide!
Tue, Apr 24, 2018 – 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
E44 - Environments for Aging's Remodel/Renovation Competition: A Review of 2017
Track: Design Showcase
Environments for Aging magazine’s annual Remodel/Renovation Competition, with support from SAGE, sheds light on many little-seen projects with noteworthy aspects to inspire renovation projects, big or small. This presentation will highlight winners as well as other submissions. Attendees will explore renovation ideas for a variety of settings and identify renovation ideas with construction costs ranging from a few hundred to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Attendees will also learn about the competition submission process and key elements to include in program materials.