Accessible Housing Design; Ohio's Place; Statehouse Update

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Home.  Just the sound of the word brings up feelings of comfort and safety.  It's no surprise then, many say they want to be able to grow older in their own homes rather than a nursing or assisted living facility.  What role can design and technology play in helping seniors to remain at home as they age? Then, with the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump just days away how is Ohio positioned for the incoming administration?  On one hand, voters said yes to Trump in historic numbers.  On the other, we've had several leaders here refuse to jump on the Trump train.  Plus, we'll check in with the latest from the Statehouse team on legislative news out of Columbus.

Guests: 

Dick Russ, Vice President, North Coast Community Homes 
Mary Namy, Resident, North Coast Community Homes 
Cornelia C. Hodgson, Architect, Designer 
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief 
Mary Anne Sharkey, Political Analyst 
John Green, Ph.D., Director, The Bliss Institute of Applied Politics, The University of Akron 

 

Resources:

North Coast Community Homes website

North Coast Accessible Homes

Empowered By Design web page

Thursday, January 26, 2017, 
Calfee Building
1405 East Sixth Street 
Cleveland
4-7pm
 

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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Adapting Homes to Allow Seniors to Age in Place

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How Will Ohio Fare in Trump Era?

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