A panel of senior living leaders was led in a discussion by Quantum Age Collaborative president and chief strategist, CC Andrews, on “Technology in Senior Living – The Future is Now” at the Environments for Aging Expo & Conference, April 9, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In the midst of keeping up with demographic shifts, changes in consumer preferences, and healthcare reform, technology advances and innovations play a key role in helping senior living communities deliver care and services. But technology also poses a new set of challenges in making decisions that are strategic matches for a community’s culture and achieve meaningful differentiation in the marketplace.
Panelists offered a range of viewpoints with Dan Godfrey, AIA, partner at RLPS architects responding from a design standpoint, Dan Hutson, a consultant with Quantum Age focused on the operator’s perspective, and Katie Roper, a consultant with Quantum Age offering consumer insights.
The Environments for Aging Expo & Conference brings together developers, owners, design professionals, product manufacturers, academia, aging specialists, and government officials to explore new ideas for creating places that support people as they age. During this comprehensive three-day conference, attendees learn about the latest innovations and best practices in senior friendly design for long-term and residential care settings.
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