Could Baby Boomers Be a Catalyst for Healthier Cities?

For 1 LU|HSW, read an article by Cannon Design principal Peter Ellis and answer questions about the needs and desires of the Baby Boomers, how the generation can be a catalyst for creating healthier cities for everyone, and the impact that aging has on urban design and policy.

Course#: MET125
Expires:
This course is AIA/CES registered for 1 LU|HSW

Read the article with the following learning objectives in mind. Then download and complete the participant exercise form here.

Expert Opinion: Peter Ellis on How Boomers Will Shape the Future of Our Cities
The principal of CannonDesign predicts that his generation will be active participants in making our urban environments healthier.

Learning Objectives
– Understand  the needs and desires of the Baby Boomer generation as its members grow older.
-Learn how the Boomer generation can be a catalyst for creating healthier cities for everyone.
-Understand the impact aging has on urban design and policy.

We will review your responses and submit your grade and attendance to AIA.

Fees: $10.00 per test. 

All CEU online exercises must be submitted with a payment form in order to ensure review and grade submission to AIA.

 

Thank you for participating in the Metropolis Continuing Education Program!

 

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