Housing Opportunity 2014 - Intergenerational Living: Housing and Communities for All Ages, Margaret Wylde
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Margaret Wylde, ProMatura Group LLC

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  • ProMatura does a ton of research in real estate, particularly age-qualified housing --- and most of our research is hard core, large-scale studies of people and what they want. <br /> <br /> Janice Blanchard – a gerontologist, President and Founder at Aging Better Together – Editor of book – a collection of 23 essays “Aging in Community” <br /> <br /> Helen Foster – Foster Strategy, LLC. Energetic marketing expert – who after many successful years at the JWT agency, went out on her own and has been integrally involved in helping to create and market some great intergenerational communities that she will talk about. <br /> <br /> Derenda Schubert – is the executive director of Bridge Meadows which she will introduce us to in this session. In addition to ensuring this community continues it success, she consults with other entities around the US hoping to create similar communities.

Housing Opportunity 2014 - Intergenerational Living: Housing and Communities for All Ages, Margaret Wylde Presentation Transcript

  • 1. INTERGENERATIONAL LIVING: Housing and Communities for all ages. 1
  • 2. SPEAKERS Janice Blanchard Aging Better Together Helen Foster Foster Strategy, LLC Derenda Schubert Bridge Meadows 2
  • 3. Correct Answer – none of the above. Each of these terms are adjectives. If age is relevant then state the age of the person. If age is not relevant, why are you using an ageist term? 1. When referring to a person over the age of 65, what term do you use ? Elder Older woman / older man Senior Retiree Geriatric Golden-ager Person Woman / Man Customers Volunteer Person 65 years of age Member of community
  • 4. What is age-qualified housing? Answer: The only form of legal discrimination in housing. 4
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  • 6. THE WORDS WE USE SPEAK VOLUMES 6
  • 7. aging in place 7
  • 8. 10 A good day.
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