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Lose the Senior Center Stereotype

Lose the Senior Center Stereotype

It's no longer your grandma's senior center. It's her active adult center. 

Posted on August 1, 2016 at 04:02pm

Trends in Active Aging Centers

Trends in Active Aging Centers

Energy. Excitement. Movement. Laughter. Learning. Children. These are not the terms that come to mind when one envisions a traditional senior recreation center.

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Posted on October 1, 2015 at 12:54pm

Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP

The Future of Active-Aging Adult Centers: Part 3

The Future of Active-Aging Adult Centers: Part 3

To appeal to the next generation of Boomers, “senior centers” must adapt and access innovative design concepts to transform into active-aging centers.

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Posted by Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP on November 6, 2013 at 05:59pm

Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP

The Future of Active-Aging Adult Centers: Part 2

The Future of Active-Aging Adult Centers: Part 2

To appeal to the next generation of Boomers, “senior centers” must adapt and access innovative design concepts to transform into active-aging centers.

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Posted by Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP on October 16, 2013 at 04:10pm

Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP

The Future of Active-Aging Adult Centers: Part 1

Table Tennis at Heather Gardens Community Center

To appeal to the next generation of Boomers, “senior centers” must adapt and access innovative design concepts to transform into active-aging centers.

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Posted by Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP on August 30, 2013 at 01:42pm

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