At Home With Growing Older’s Aging 360®
At Home With Growing Older’s (AHWGO) Aging 360® is a workshop for groups and individuals who want to grow old in their home that teaches participants to see their home as a partner in wellbeing and empower them to adapt their home not only with safety, but also delight in mind. Aging 360® was developed by an architect, industrial designer, and social worker.
Our homes are ‘senior homes.’ Ninety eight percent of aging adults prefer to grow old in a private home while others do not have the option to move into a community designed especially for older adults. Growing old in one’s home means staying engaged in the community across generations and having the opportunity to make personal lifestyle choices for the later phases of life. While most people are interested in aging at home, they are often discouraged from planning ahead by a narrow perspective of age-friendly design.
Aging 360® empowers participants to plan ahead with a new perspective and approach to age-friendly design, one that is focused on the uniqueness of a person’s needs that goes beyond the standards of design for accessibility. At Home With Growing Older partners with nonprofits and for profit service organizations to bring Aging 360® to their members. We tailor Aging 360® to targeted audiences such as addressing specific socio-economic backgrounds and aligning with other organization’s programming.
Some of our clients include: Community Living Campaign, Felton Institute, Rebuilding Together SF, UCSF as part of Age Self Care Project with Louise Aronson, and Wetherby Asset Management.
At Home With Growing Older offers four types of Aging 360® workshops
Customizable Aging 360® for Organizational Partnerships
From one to three sessions, from 1-6 hours, up to 15 participants.
AHWGO will customize Aging 360® to meet your organization’s needs, including incorporating our workshop into your curriculum or training.
Aging 360® Workshop for Community Organizations
One, 1 hour session, up to 30 participants. For service organizations or corporate employee enrichment events, AHWGO’s ‘lunch hour’ program is designed for larger groups who are looking for an overview of Aging 360®.
Aging 360® for Intergenerational Living
From one to three sessions, from 1-6 hours, up to 15 participants. AHWGO works with people who live or are planning to live in an intergenerational setting.
Aging 360® for AHWGO Community Members
Three sessions, 6 hours total, up to 6 participants. AHWGO offers the standard Aging 360® workshop to its community members.
Contact us for information on partnering, scheduling, and pricing email@example.com .
About the facilitators:
Susanne Stadler, AHWGO Executive Director and Architect
Susanne Stadler is an architect and social entrepreneur passionate about shifting the perspective on aging and an advocate for imaginative and human centered design solutions for the later phase of life. For the past 20 years an important emphasis of her design work has been to provide sustainable design solutions for the complex needs of aging that allow people to age with safety and delight, at home and in the world.
Tasneem Babul Rayani
Tasneem Babul Rayani works in business development and industrial design. She believes that all products should function for people of all ages and abilities and delight those who use them and she is determined to help make that happen. She uses an interdisciplinary design approach to enhance peoples’ abilities and is determined to help the aging population increase their health, independence and dignity.