On October 19, 2007, the organization hosted a one-day conference called Crafting Intentional Communities: Cooperating Living Along LifeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Journey
. The event was designed to explore new housing and living innovations for seniors to live, grow and age in community.
In this “thinking outside the box” panel, three Charlottesville-area panelists share information and ideas about concepts and environmental factors (buildings, neighborhoods, community design, etc) that offer new and innovative ways to give individuals, families, neighborhoods, organizations, businesses, etc additional options to address needs and hopes for aging in community.
Moderated by Gordon Walker of JABA, the panel consists of: Frank Stoner, Vice President of Business Development, Stonehaus; John Quale, U.Va. Assistant Professor of Architecture, ecoMOD Project Director; Chris Murray, My Home for Life (JABA).
This is the fifth in a series of podcasts. Check the JABA category for the rest of the events. Also check out the conference’s website to learn more about the participants.