Aging, Design, and the City
This panel examines the roles of urban and architectural design, public policy, research, community engagement, and development in the understanding and creating of cities that are responsive to the needs of older adults in staying independent and community engaged as long as possible.
Eitaro Hirota, NSDA Research (Design)
Atiya Mahmood and Habib Chaudhury, Simon Fraser University (Research)
Elizabeth Tang, CMHC (Policy)
Kathy Makihara, Nikkei Home (Community Operator)
Micheal Geller, Geller Group (Developer)
Beverley Pitman, United Way
Admission is $5. A limited numbers of seats are free for students and seniors, but advance registrations required. Reserve.
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