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  1. 1. INSPIRE what’s next The Impact of Pandemics on Senior Living Design
  2. 2. INSPIRE what’s next Dan Swiatkiewicz Regional Director of Sales & Marketing Capella Living Solutions dswiatkiewicz@capellaliving.com Len Segel Director of Senior Living Studio KEPHART lens@kephart.com Brian Mulnix Business Development Manager Catamount Constructors brian.mulnix@catamountinc.com Your Guides
  3. 3. INSPIRE what’s next The Frequency of Pandemics is Increasing History of Pandemics and Their Influence on Design
  4. 4. INSPIRE what’s next The Frequency of Pandemics is Increasing
  5. 5. INSPIRE what’s next  Easy to clean materials  “Public” bathrooms Design Changes From Pandemics
  6. 6. INSPIRE what’s next  Creation of closets Design Changes From Pandemics
  7. 7. INSPIRE what’s next Design Changes From Pandemics  Sanitoriums  Screened porches
  8. 8. INSPIRE what’s next Design Changes From Pandemics  Planting of trees  Housing reform & urban renewal
  9. 9. INSPIRE what’s next Adoption of easy to disinfect materials Changes in bathrooms Invention of closets Addition of porches Planting trees in cities Eliminating tenement buildings Design Changes From Pandemics
  10. 10. INSPIRE what’s next The Frequency of Pandemics is Increasing COVID-19 Impacts on the Operation of Senior Living Communities
  11. 11. INSPIRE what’s next  Lack of space for indoor visits  Securing entrances  Furniture positioning Design Challenge Social Distancing
  12. 12. INSPIRE what’s next Design Challenge Focus on Neighborhoods  Restrictions on mixing  Loss of integrated communities  Smaller dining rooms and other amenities needed
  13. 13. INSPIRE what’s next  Effective ways to communicate changes  Adapting environment to daily changes  Balancing health & happiness Design Challenge Regulations!!!
  14. 14. INSPIRE what’s next Design Challenge Dining Service  Delivering quality meals efficiently  Socially distanced dining
  15. 15. INSPIRE what’s next Design Challenge Hyper Cleanliness  PPE, PPE and more PPE  Cleaning all touched surfaces  Space for staff to change/shower
  16. 16. INSPIRE what’s next Design Challenge Technology  Lack of equipment  Knowledge of technology  WiFi bandwidth
  17. 17. INSPIRE what’s next Design Challenge Wellness  Focus on wellness  Easy to access year-round outdoor spaces  Staying active
  18. 18. INSPIRE what’s next Design Challenge Touring  Experience for future residents  Model close to entrances  1st floor common spaces with windows
  19. 19. INSPIRE what’s next Social distancing locations Focus on neighborhoods Regulations Dining service Hyper cleanliness Technology Wellness Tours Operational Design Challenges
  20. 20. INSPIRE what’s next Architectural Design Solutions in Response to COVID-19
  21. 21. INSPIRE what’s next Social Distancing  Expanded and isolated building entrances  Wider hallways
  22. 22. INSPIRE what’s next Social Distancing  Isolated visitation rooms Visitor Room Main Entrance
  23. 23. INSPIRE what’s next  Large dining resized  No buffets & salad bars Dining Design Changes
  24. 24. INSPIRE what’s next  Specialized venues  More dining rooms Dining Design Changes
  25. 25. INSPIRE what’s next  Size will grow  Access to outdoors Apartment Design Changes
  26. 26. INSPIRE what’s next  No shared apartments Apartment Design Changes
  27. 27. INSPIRE what’s next  Yes to ‘quarantine’ apartments Apartment Design Changes
  28. 28. INSPIRE what’s next  Added flex-room  Flexible space Apartment Design Changes
  29. 29. INSPIRE what’s next  Access to outdoors Apartment Design Changes
  30. 30. INSPIRE what’s next  Family-style living  Self-contained neighborhoods ‘Smaller is Better’ Design Changes
  31. 31. INSPIRE what’s next  Family-style living  Self-contained neighborhoods ‘Smaller is Better’ Design Changes
  32. 32. INSPIRE what’s next  Subdividable multi-purpose rooms ‘Smaller is Better’ Design Changes
  33. 33. INSPIRE what’s next  Smaller lounges & activity rooms ‘Smaller is Better’ Design Changes
  34. 34. INSPIRE what’s next  Better quality lounges  More showers Staff Space Design Changes
  35. 35. INSPIRE what’s next  More individual , large lockers  Better PPE storage Staff Space Design Changes
  36. 36. INSPIRE what’s next Outdoor Design Changes
  37. 37. INSPIRE what’s next  More dining plazas  More seating areas Outdoor Design Changes
  38. 38. INSPIRE what’s next  Year-round conditioned seating spaces Outdoor Design Changes
  39. 39. INSPIRE what’s next Architectural Design Changes Socially-distanced spaces Dining design Resident apartment design Smaller is better Staff spaces Outdoor space design
  40. 40. INSPIRE what’s next Post COVID-19 Construction Solutions
  41. 41. INSPIRE what’s next  Better air filters  Advances in electrostatic disinfection Mechanical Systems Design Changes
  42. 42. INSPIRE what’s next Electric Systems Design Changes  Ultraviolet lighting kills germs in rooms and in mechanical ducts
  43. 43. INSPIRE what’s next Electric Systems Design Changes  Electronic locks  Motion and voice- activated controls
  44. 44. INSPIRE what’s next Electric Systems Design Changes  Fan dryers spread germs  Touchless hardware
  45. 45. INSPIRE what’s next  Video activities  Telehealth  Greater Bandwidth Computer Technology Design Changes
  46. 46. INSPIRE what’s next  Hand washing sinks added everywhere!  Bottle filling fountains Plumbing Design Changes
  47. 47. INSPIRE what’s next Elevator Design Changes  Larger waiting areas  Larger cabs
  48. 48. INSPIRE what’s next  More food prep space  Easier to clean surfaces Food Preparation Design Changes
  49. 49. INSPIRE what’s next  Health screening kiosks  Portable outdoor huts Emergency Design Changes
  50. 50. INSPIRE what’s next Construction Design Changes Mechanical systems Electrical systems Plumbing systems Computer technology Elevators Food prep Emergencies
  51. 51. INSPIRE what’s next Dan Swiatkiewicz Regional Director of Sales & Marketing Capella Living Solutions dswiatkiewicz@capellaliving.com Len Segel Director of Senior Living Studio KEPHART lens@kephart.com Brian Mulnix Business Development Manager Catamount Constructors brian.mulnix@catamountinc.com Questions ?

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