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Home may be where the heart is, but these days many homes also seem to have a “brain” of their own. Twenty-first century living environments are evolving and changing to meet the needs of all who live there, both young and old. In this session, we will talk about innovations in housing design and amenities today’s residents are coming to expect. From variations in tiny house models, to wireless hubs that connect devices, to home-based health maintenance and adaptive routines, learn how home design is evolving to meet the needs of our aging population.
Karen M. Brown, Moderator, Aging2.0
Mike Emerson - Silvernest
Jami Mohlenkamp, OZ Architecture
Kent Dickson, Yonomi
Keith Hughes, Inhabitech
Pat Kelly, Crosswind Health
Jake Jabs Center at CU Denver
1475 Lawrence Street