New Assisted Living and Independent Living Design Ideas to Spark Your Best Idea
The editors of Environments for Aging are always searching for the newest and leading senior living projects to feature within the pages of our magazine and website. Designers, architects, and operators seeking ideas on assisted living and independent living designs and planning, materials and furnishing selections, and up-and-coming interior design trends for senior living communities can find these concepts and more on Environments for Aging’s website. The baby boomer generation is demanding new ideas in senior living. To find out what ideas are driving this industry transformation, turn to Environments for Aging for the latest projects, trend reports, and interviews with leading industry designers and architects. Ideas on staff spaces, active living, and amenities spaces for seniors round out Environments for Aging’s coverage.
Supportive Planning Ideas For Memory Care and Hospice Communities
Learn about the latest projects, planning, and design approaches that are helping senior living organizations make operational changes to support residents, especially those in memory care or hospice units, in the most compassionate, caring, and supportive ways possible. From rethinking layouts that support seniors’ cognitive functioning and mobility needs and improving aesthetics to proving the right types of environments and amenity spaces for seniors, architects and designers can find fresh ideas for memory care and hospice design inside Environments for Aging magazine and on its website.
Count on Environments for Aging for the latest architecture and design news related not only to new communities and projects, but also industry organizations such as The Center for Health Design, The Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments (SAGE), American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID), The American Institute of Architects (AIA), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), and American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).