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How to Design for an Aging Population? First, Walk in Their Shoes

The Dec. 6 Quality Conference will feature a general session about how to design physical environments for aging persons. Learn evidence-based design and research findings that can help inform design decisions. 

Attendees will explore the use of virtual reality and an aging body suit to experience vision loss and limited mobility to help understand what aging persons need. This general session will be presented by Terri Zborowsky and Alanna Carter of HGA Architects and Engineers, Minneapolis.

Registration for the conference is open and a Super Saver rate is available until Oct. 25 for $50 off the regular registration rate. Find complete details and register here.

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