HEALTH & WELLBEING DESIGN
Health & Wellbeing DesignNovember 12 , 2021 | 2:00 - 5:00 PM CST
Host: Sepideh Asadi, AIA, WELL AP
Legat Architects Oak Brook
Keynote Description for AIA/CES Application: [1.0 CEU for keynote]
This presentation will discuss the challenges and disparities related to healthcare and rehabilitation in those that have sustained an acquired brain injury. Recent statewide and federal initiatives in healthcare transformation and person centered care are discussed as it relates to this population and the impact on service provision moving forward.
Keynote Learning Objectives for AIA/CES Application: [1.0 CEU for keynote]
1. By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to list challenges faced by those with acquired brain injury and stroke.
2. By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to state health disparities that exist for this population.
3. By the end of this presentation, participants will increase their knowledge of the Clubhouse Model.
4. By the end of this presentation, participants will increase their knowledge of Person Centered Philosophy and the challenges ahead for providers and architects.
Panel Description for AIA/CES Application: [1.5 CEU for panel]
This panel discussion will focus on the ways architects, designers and health advocates can re-center their focus on disadvantaged communities affected by health disparities. The discussion will target the status of health equity and disparities, the role of education and community engagement, Linkage between design and wellness and effective planning process; and finally, practical means for reinvestment, engagement, and collaboration among spectrum of service providers, developers, designers, and communities to make our cities vibrant and diverse places to live, work and play.
Panel Learning Objectives: [1.5 CEU for panel]
1. By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to differentiate between the cities' health and equity promotion capacities in adaption and implementing newly built environment interventions.
2. By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to identify new planning strategies for advocating a culture of health through an integrated design process with stockholders, doctors, designers, developers, and communities.
3. By the end of this presentation, participants will define how architecture and design influence wellness by reviewing previous lessons-learned takeaways from other practitioners and start re-envisioning facilities for health equity.
4. By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to broaden their perspective on the effects of health inequity within their profession and the role of research and practice as a tool of action implications.
From 2:00 - 5:00 PM CST on four autumn Fridays three weeks apart, a different Legat studio will be playing host to a keynote speaker, followed by an intermission and a panel discussion with 3-5 experts (including the keynote speaker).
Event registration will be provided through Eventbrite. Links to the Zoom webinar will be provided via email upon registration. Each session will credit attendees with 2.0 AIA Continuing Education Learning Units (LUs), which will count toward the required annual quota for architects.
Each session will be hosted by a different representative from Legat Architects.