Part of the “New Age of Aging” series sponsored by People for a Healthy Community
Friday, January 18th, 2019
1:00pm – 3:00pm
at the Rollo Centre
Rudy Friesen will give an overview of the spectrum of eldercare, showing cost-effective, wholesome and creative examples from around the world. These include various forms of home care, independent living, assisted living, and long-term care, plus integrated facilities that are embedded in community.
Rudy is a retired architect who has spearheaded innovated solutions for elder living for more that 40 years. He researches facilities and models of eldercare and shares his knowledge though articles and conference presentations. He has presented at conferences in Canada, the US and overseas. Rudy has also served on several boards of elder facilities and is currently serving on the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Age Friend Housing Options Task Force.
This presentation is offered at no charge to participants. Please register your name by Wednesday, January 16th by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org OR call the PHC office at 250-247-7311.