Residential Design for Health and Longevity
Can interior design promote a lifestyle that leads to health and longevity? Can it be proactive—preventing future disability while respecting and eliminating existing disability? And, as the baby boomer generation worldwide begins to retire, how will we meet the growing demand for aging in place? This program offers the best of residential universal design—a look at some innovative products and the most forward-thinking projects, as well as the latest international design research on aging in place with a focus on maximizing health and wellness. This program is for real estate developers, residential architects, universal designers, kitchen and bath designers, physical and occupational therapists, independent living and home healthcare providers, and residential interior designers.
For those who qualify, 14 AIA/CES (HSW) | 14 AICP/CM | 14 LA/CES (HSW) are available.
Cynthia A. Leibrock, Principal, Easy Access to Health, LLC
Mary Jo Peterson, President, Mary Jo Peterson, Inc.
For more information, visit execed.gsd.harvard.edu/programs.