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Senior Living Elevates Newsletter | July 2022

Senior Living Elevates is EUA's quarterly outreach showcasing our latest designs and connecting you with forward-thinking experts.

Project Spotlight: John R. Moses VA Skilled Nursing Facility 

Design that supports those who served

EUA worked with the State of Wisconsin and the US Department of Veterans Affairs to design a new 192-bed skilled nursing facility for the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King. The unique building layout balances a home-like resident experience, resident views of Rainbow Lake, and staffing efficiencies. Residents live in neighborhoods of 24, sharing a kitchen, dining room, and screened porch to promote social interaction; each household of 12 also has a dedicated living room. Read More>>




Creating a Sense of Home: 5 Questions with Interior Designer Nicole Conner


Nicole Conner (Niki) shares her unique path to interior design - from her fine arts background to her own experiences with nursing homes. 


Hawthorne Square Rendering with kitchenette, large windows, people

Taking A Trip To The Moon: 5 Questions with Project Manager Charlie Robertson


Charlie Robertson spent time during his architectural schooling as a certified nursing assistant, and he shares the unique bonds he developed with residents and lessons learned about the built environment. 


Trinity Woods outdoor shuffleboard with older adults playing


LeadingAge Ohio 2022 Annual Conference


Join EUA's Jennifer Sodo and Dan Schindhelm at LeadingAge Ohio's 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show on August 31st. They will present "Spaces + Places: Supporting Whole-Person Wellness through Design."

For more information or to register, visit LeadingAge Ohio's website >>

Older adult reading by window

High Performance Building Design: Sustainable or Just Smart Design? 


Sustainability can sometimes be a dirty word in the built environment. For some, it elicits negativity with thoughts of over-budget projects and difficult checklist requirements. However, high performance building design (HPBD) can maximize every dollar of a capital budget and help an organization better compete.


Green, living wall in large atrium hub

Walk To End Alzheimer's 

Join EUA on September 18th for Milwaukee's Walk to End Alzheimer's! EUA is a proud sponsor and participant.

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