by Chris Kennedy
Executive Director, Institute for Age-Friendly Housing
“Aging-In-Place” -- remaining in one’s own home/community– is the choice of over 80% of the boomer generation. Across America, states, cities, and neighborhoods are beginning to grasp the magnitude of the opportunities and the challenges that that our aging demography will present. With diminishing budgets and increasing demands, the keys to support aging-in-place must be innovation, collaboration, technology and cross-sector partnerships. (Read more ...)
This year, through a partnership with the global design firm IDEO. The Forum will serve as a prototype for a regional Aging-In-Place Design Challenge.