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Creating Stronger Communities through Service-Enriched Housing
AIA CES program ID: GMGH.0004
Approved LUs: 1.0 LU|HSW
Program level: Entry
Advance learner preparation: None
In this episode of SPACES, Ben Seager, AIA, LEED AP, Associate Principal at KTGY, discusses the importance of service-enriched housing including Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care and its potential to improve the lives of residents. Seager draws on his extensive experience in the field to explain how service-enriched housing can provide residents with access to important services and amenities, such as healthcare and education, and help to create a stronger sense of community. He also discusses the design process, complexities, special considerations, trends, and much more! Listeners will gain valuable insights into the design and planning considerations that go into service-enriched housing, as well as the benefits that this type of housing can offer both residents and the broader community.
- Identify the challenges and opportunities that arise when service providers seek to enrich housing experiences for their clients.
- Evaluate the potential benefits and drawbacks of various approaches to service-enriched housing, such as co-locating services on-site or partnering with external providers.
- Analyze the ways in which service-enriched housing can improve the lives of vulnerable populations, such as seniors, people with disabilities, and low-income families.
- Create a plan for developing and implementing a service-enriched housing program in a specific community, taking into account the needs and preferences of clients, providers, and other stakeholders.
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