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SFCS at LeadingAge North Carolina Conference

August 20, 2021

SFCS team members Richard Kieley, Melissa Pritchard, and Tim Mueller attended the LeadingAge North Carolina conference in Wilmington this past week and presented on topics to keep aging services organizations evolving and moving "forward".

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Senior Housing News Transform Podcast

July 26, 2021

Discover the latest in senior housing news by heading over to Transform Podcast. Here you can find a library of information on shaping the future of senior living.

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Croasdaile Village in Durham, NC Campus Expansion

July 14, 2021

We love seeing one of our projects come to life! SFCS has been working with Croasdaile Village in Durham, NC, on their recently completed campus expansion, with its wide variety of living spaces and amenities. One resident shared this tour of her beautiful home:

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Campus Planning Advice for Institutions with Unused Space

July 1, 2021

With many students returning to campus in the fall, this has led to the need for reimagined solutions to cope with a post-pandemic future. Learn more about how universities are changing the way they operate to survive and thrive:

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Senior Living Activities during COVID-19

June 24, 2021

When adversity strikes, sometimes you have to rewrite the playbook, which is exactly what activity directors all over the country had to do last year due to COVID-19. Learn more about how they became key players in the fight against the pandemic last year.

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Take a flight with us over the John Knox Village campus

June 14, 2021

In 2018, we completed two projects designed to create community and enrich the lives of senior residents in the greater Kansas City area. John Knox Village has unique amenities and a central campus "heart" with living, wellness, cultural, learning, and dining all connected to the park. Check out this aerial tour of one of our favorite projects. #SFCSStandouts

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AN visits Studio Gang, whose adaptive reuse projects are reinvigorating the past

June 9, 2021

The University of Kentucky College of Design implemented the increasingly popular adaptive reuse design principle to transform an existing space into a “21st-century polycultural learning environment.” Kentucky and other universities aim to make their campus spaces more sustainable by finding new uses for already constructed buildings.

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Newest HokieBird statue honors Class of 2020

June 2, 2021

Blacksburg's newest HokieBird statue honors the class of 2020 and its resilience. Located on the sidewalk leading from the Visitor and Undergraduate Admissions Center to the Inn at Virginia Tech and Holtzman Alumni Center, the bird is dressed in traditional Hokie commencement attire.

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A Snapshot of the Fast-Growing U.S. Older Population

May 28, 2021

Did you know that adults 65-years-old and older is the fastest-growing age demographic of the U.S. population? The Census Bureau's interactive map breaks down the population by state. You may be surprised to learn the makeup of the state where you live.

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Virginia Western announces in-person classes for Fall Semester 2021; funding opportunities allow for free college for many

May 27, 2021

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Whitepapers

Design for Healthy Living

Creating healthy environments for the future.

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DESIGNING BEYOND COVID-19

Incorporating an infection control design strategy.

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BEING WELL

A Quick Mental and Physical Wellness Tool Kit

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SENIOR LIVING NURSING FACILITIES: PREPARING FOR COVID-19 POSITIVE RESIDENTS

Innovative and successful infection control design strategies.

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