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Senior living construction & design: What you can do now to combat COVID-19

Watch the webinar to learn how senior living experts see senior housing design and construction changing, now during the coronavirus pandemic and in the future.
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Many senior living communities have pivoted their facilities in creative and innovative ways to contain the spread of the coronavirus and protect residents.

On May 7, 2020, Plante Moran Living Forward and experts from other organizations in the industry came together in a live webinar to discuss the planning and design considerations stemming from the pandemic in the short- and medium-term, and how this will drive community design and new construction and redevelopment going forward. The one-hour webinar is now available for one-demand viewing at the link below.

Learning objectives:

  • Innovative design solutions implemented in the near-term to create safer environments for senior living residents and staff
  • How planning and design leaders are adapting their vision of senior living in the immediate future as a result of the pandemic
  • What to consider with projects in process or in the design phase today
  • Questions senior living providers need to be asking as they prepare their communities for the next 90 days of operations

Presenters:

  • Dana Wollschlager – Partner and Practice Leader, Plante Moran Living Forward
  • Joe Hassel – Principal, Perkins Eastman
  • Jeremy Ragsdale – Founder, Thrive Senior Living
  • Tim Mullaney – Moderator, Senior Housing News
This webinar is hosted by Senior Housing News.

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