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  • Leading and Thriving in 2017 and Beyond

    LeadingAge Maryland Annual ConferenceDan Cinelli FAIA April 25, 2017, Ellicott City, MD

    This new era of not-for-profit senior living will have to respond to changing consumer demands, new programs and services, technological disruptors, and integration with partners that promote successful aging. We have considered the future from multiple viewpoints: consumer expectations, market impact, development considerations, design initiatives and, finally, policy possibilities. View the future from four industry perspectives and let yourself be inspired to get going into the future. The senior consumer will drastically evolve over the next 20 years and the Boomers will mirror the Millennials. What does this mean to LeadingAge Maryland providers as your organizations evolve in the short-term, mid-term and long-term years ahead?

  • Markitects: Empowering and Retaining Your Future Owners

    AIA Conference on Architecture 2017Dan Cinelli FAIA, Carlos Endriga AIA, Heather Jauregui, Katie Johnson April 28, 2017, Orlando, FL

    Many architectural firm owners, especially Boomers, have spent time training and coaching promising colleagues to be great project managers, architects, designers, and collaborators, but how much time have you invested in developing your in-house next generation to make your legacy practice a sustainable and ongoing entity in the future? Have you mentored emerging talents to become persuasive thought leaders that future client will seek out and trust to continue the vision you spent your career creating? Come and learn how one firm has created "Markitects," a year-long program that challenges young professionals with potential to learn the fundamentals of marketing by understanding the firm's brand, getting to the root of their personal brand, and understanding how these work together for successful business development. The discussion will be moderated by Principal Dan Cinelli, and include Perkins Eastman Project Architect Carlos Endriga, Sustainability Specialist Heather Jauregui, and Interior Designer Katie Johnson.

  • The Age of Tweetailing: How Great Design Captures Market Share

    LeadingAge California 2017 ExpositionMatthew Becker May 2, 2017, Monterey, CA

    For LeadingAge California's 2017 Conference, Associate Principal Matthew Becker will discuss the impact of an “online conversation” on the perception of today’s Senior Living community by examining the power of websites and social media presence. Participants will learn how the art of storytelling greatly influences architecture and interior design, and how highly focused aesthetic experiences have become the norm for consumers. LeadingAge CA's Annual Conference continues to be the Association’s premiere networking event, providing quality education, sharing best practices, offering the latest equipment and knowledge developed to facilitate work in the senior living services arena and housing industry.

  • Leveraging Partnerships with Cities For Greater Affordability and Social Good

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference and ExpoTammy Lin May 2, 2017, Monterey, CA

    As the need for senior housing and care of all income levels is skyrocketing, it has become increasingly important to raise the bar for affordable and efficient care solutions that are not only financially sound, but enhance quality of life. Forming partnerships with City agencies, developers, and healthcare and adult daycare providers is a powerful way to strengthen your funding and operations. Panelist Tammy Lin, Senior Associate in Perkins Eastman's San Francisco office, will be joined by Lamar Turner of Elderfocus, and Debbie Toth of Rehabilitation Services of Northern California, to discuss such contributing factors as unique funding sources, reimbursement structures, maximizing technology as well as design and construction considerations and regulations.

  • Jane's Walk: Four Freedoms Park, Roosevelt Island and the New Urban Agenda

    Four Freedoms Park ConservancyTheodore Liebman FAIA May 6, 2017, Roosevelt Island, New York

    New York City's historic Roosevelt Island (formerly Blackwell's Island, Welfare Island, and in 1969, renamed in honor of Franklin D. Roosevelt) has in the last decade seen the addition of Four Freedoms Park and the FDR Memorial (designed by famed architect Louis I. Kahn), which attracts visitors from everywhere in the world. The Island’s newest arrival, which brings great change and enormous energy, is the new Cornell Tech University, which will be a graduate school of applied science, a place of innovation. This once-dubbed "The Island That Nobody Knows" has a dynamic future ahead.

    On Saturday, May 6, attendees will meet at the Roosevelt Island Tramway station on the Island. Those coming on the subway, the tramway station is a short distance to the south. We will use the free bus to go as far north as the Octagon complex, then look at the different housing along Main Street and will end up at Four Freedoms Park at the southern tip of the island. This "Jane's Walk" will be led by Ted Liebman, who was the Chief of Architecture for the NY State Urban Development Corporation (UDC) during the establishment of the Island's unique urban concept and its most architecturally distinguished buildings.

  • Behind-the-Scenes Walking Tour of The New York Wheel

    NYCxDesignJonathan Cohn AIA, LEED AP May 8, 2017, Staten Island, NY

    St. George, at the northern tip of Staten Island, is in the midst of a $1.2 billion redevelopment effort. At the center of this transformation is the New York Wheel. The New York Wheel will be the world’s largest observation wheel, at 630 feet, when launched in 2018. Join us for a behind-the-scenes walking tour and discussion of this cornerstone design and engineering project reshaping the Staten Island waterfront into a world-class destination and urban escape.

  • Ideas Cafe 2020: Empowering Your Board to Think Like the Future

    LeadingAge NY Annual Conference & ExpoDaniel Cinelli FAIA May 22, 2017, Saratoga Springs, NY

    Leaders within the LeadingAge community have a unique responsibility in the 21st century to help guide and support the senior services industry expectations and standards evolve. The need to understand where the industry is headed and what is causing this evolution is critical. Dan Cinelli's interactive keynote presentation as part of his ongoing IDEAS Cafe series, will provide attendees with the key talking points to go back to their respective board of directors and start important conversations that will reevaluate and guide strategic plans going forward, examine future trends, and make informed decisions about the future of their communities.

  • Meeting the Growing Needs of Memory Supports

    LeadingAge NY Annual Conference & ExpoRichard Rosen AIA, LEED AP May 24, 2017, Saratoga Springs, NY

    At this year's LeadingAge NY Annual Conference in Saratoga Springs, Principal Rich Rosen will join distinguished panelists to address many of the design challenges and opportunities in today's senior living marketplace. Topics will include ways to approach challenges involving renovations in traditional skilled care and assisted living facilities; ways to develop an appreciation for the time required for planning, design and construction, as well as time required for acquiring/modifying licensing for memory support facilities in NY state; and how older skilled nursing floors can be repurposed to create attractive, functional, effective, and  vibrant memory support residences.

  • Defining Project Success: Improving Design Process and Schools Through Pre/Post Research

    EDRA48 ConferenceEmily Chmielewski EDAC, Sean ODonnell AIA, LEED AP, Katie Herber LEED AP ID+C, ND, EDAC June 1, 2017, Madison, WI

    A discussion of how a new, comprehensive Pre- and Post-Occupancy Evaluation process is being developed for a design firm in order to collect and analyze qualitative and quantitative information that can demonstrate actual building performance. This process will be illustrated via a case study drawn from the on-going evaluation of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. School, a new PreK-8 school located in Cambridge, MA. The presenters will discuss the development of a standardized Pre-OE/POE process and tools for their firm’s K12 practice area, including the collection of archival data and actual indoor environmental quality metrics that compare against occupant perceptions, as captured by occupant surveys and interviews. Conference attendees interested in practice-based research, Pre-OE/POE, school environments, and sustainable design are all encouraged to attend this multi-disciplinary presentation.