Q&A on Evidence-Based Design, Codes, and Environments for Individuals Living with Dementia

  • Thursday, March 22, 2018
  • 12:00 PM

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Due to the open Q&A format of this webinar, participants will not earn AIA credit for participation. However, you will learn from some of the best, brightest, and most experienced great minds in the industry!

This is your opportunity to ask questions of three"sages" of SAGE- Maggie Calkins, Addie Abushousheh and Amy Carpenter.  Each has deep knowledge of environments for older adults and individuals living with dementia, person-centered care, codes and guidelines, shared residential settings and home and community.  In this unscripted session, we will respond to your questions on a wide array of topics, so come prepared with the questions you never get to ask in other webinars. 

Dr. Margaret Calkins, EDAC, FGSA, is a SAGE founder and early pioneer of environments for individuals living with dementia.  After running her own consulting firm and research institute, she headed the Elliot program in Health Care Design at Kent State University and has worked extensively with many foundations. 


Ms. Amy Carpenter, AIA, LEEP AP was recently named a “Leader of Tomorrow” by Long Term Living, Amy has over 20 years of experience, with the past 15 years focused on senior living design. Amy is a member of the Health Care Committee of the International Code Council and is actively involved with the National Fire Protection Agency code revision process. Amy frequently speaks at conferences such as Environments for Aging, LeadingAge and Pioneer Network.


Dr. Addie Abushousheh is a gerontologist, researcher, and consultant for organizational and environmental development in long-term care. She explores cultural and bio-psycho-social perspectives, organizational structures and processes, physical environments, workforce models, and regulatory and financial frameworks in relation to decision making, resource management, and quality improvement.  Addie was integrally involved in the creation of and on-going revisions to the FGI’s Guidelines for the Design of Residential Health, Care  and Support Facilities. 


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