We heard you and are here to help.
Many of our industry friends have been asking for ways to purposefully create positive age-friendly experiences. In response, long-time collaborators Adam Fromme and Emily Valentine have teamed up to address this need. Together, they are introducing The Center for Inclusive Aging and Design Research (www.CIADR.com).
The Center is your connection to design experts on age-friendly experiences.
The Center for Inclusive Aging and Design Research is prepared to offer specialized design services, evidence-based research, and tailored design training to organizations of all sizes. For a full list of our age-oriented design services, visit our website (www.CIADR.com). There, you will also find regular installments of “Why,” a blog on our perspectives, research, and insights on aging issues and design solutions.
While good design works for most, we believe great design works for all.
The population of those aged 65+ years old is increasing. And, like us, you have seen the attention being placed on their health, wellness, and roles in society. As a companion to these efforts, The Center for Inclusive Aging and Design Research is prepared to work with organizations like you: design and architecture firms, healthcare providers, businesses, and community-based service providers. Our aim is to help others implement current research, change how places are designed, and be leaders with us in the effort to design for all.
If you are interested in talking more about our mission or have questions on a specific project, send us an email to Adam Fromme (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Emily Valentine (email@example.com). We are here to help.