Don’t Miss These ProAging Meetings – Sleepover Project 9/25 & Senior Expo featuring Howard Gleckman 10/7

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Friday, September 25 8:30 a.m. to 10ish

Atrium Village 4730 Atrium Court, Owings Mills, MD 21117

FREE event, please RSVP to: [email protected]



Join other senior-serving professionals for a great networking and educational event

All professions are encouraged to attend this event.



Program Topic:

Innovative Architecture Firm Creates the “Sleepover Project” to Better Understand Senior Living Design


CSD Architects launched its “Sleepover Project” in an earnest move to gain insight into the daily lives of aging seniors who reside in assisted living and skilled nursing communities.  With the long-term goal of providing better design and building more responsive communities, CSD is sending each member of its senior living architectural design team to stay overnight in a senior living community. 



Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about this innovative project and engage in a thought provoking discussion with CSD team members!



Need More Info? Visit or call 1-800-394-9990 ext. 1503






Wednesday, October 7   7:30-8:45 a.m.


2200 York Rd, Timonium, MD 21093



• This event always draws a huge turnout!

• Free Continental Breakfast

• Free Admission to Exhibition Hall (w/ Business Card)



Featured Speaker: Howard Gleckman

Author of “Caring for Our Parents”

Highly-regarded journalist and author Howard Gleckman is the author of Caring for Our Parents

(St. Martin’s Press, 2009) that looks at how the U.S. delivers and pays for long-term services through the

eyes of the elderly and disabled and the families who care for them. He is also author of the

Caring for Our Parents blog.



Gleckman is a senior researcher at The Urban Institute and a columnist on aging issues for Kaiser Health

News. He was formerly senior correspondent in the Washington bureau of Business Week, a Media Fellow

at the Kaiser Family Foundation and a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College.

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