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Presented by Bob and Claire Miller, Wolf Creek Lodge Session Description We will describe how the Marketing Team at Wolf Creek Lodge, a senior cohousing community in Grass Valley, CA, has attempted to spread the word about Wolf Creek Lodge to attract visitors and ultimately members. We...
Views since 5/2014: 1,081
Presented by Kathryn (Katie) McCamant, CoHousing Solutions Session Description Imagine a world where cohousing becomes the new normal. Imagine every town of more than 50,000 people has at least one senior cohousing community and one intergenerational community. Imagine 500 communities...
Views since 5/2014: 1,368
Presented by Alan O'Hashi, Silver Sage Village Session Description Getting along with one another and valuing differences are important skills when joining the American version of cohousing. In this interactive workshop, participants will be led through a personal journey about how their...
Views since 5/2014: 1,102
Presented by Janice Blanchard, President, Aging Better Together Ann Zabaldo, Board of Directors, Mid Atlantic Cohousing Session Description For most Americans today, caregiving is a solo journey. For those who have navigated the terrain, it’s one they will never forget; and most likely, not...
Views since 5/2014: 1,202
The stereotype and dominant paradigm of cohousing communities as they've developed over the past quarter century in the US is that our neighborhoods are great places for kids, the next generation, families, call it what you like. We're all about the "village" it takes to raise a child, in the eyes...
Views since 5/2014: 3,684
Presented by Bryan Bowen, Caddis Session Description Cohousing itself is a wonderful thing to study, but it's also really interesting to see how these ideas are being applied to other project types. We'll look at communities for veterans, the un-housed, foster families, neurodiverse...
Views since 5/2014: 1,189
Instructions: 1: Create a child page from http://www.cohousing.org/2016aging/schedule or from the new program page when we have it, wherever you want the sessions to be listed. 2: Make the title of the page "Aging Better Together: {Session Title}" 3 : Make the Category "Other" 4: Make the...
Views since 5/2014: 767
Presented by Bob and Claire Miller, Wolf Creek Lodge Session Description We will report how Wolf Creek Lodge, a senior cohousing community in Grass Valley, CA, is organized to get the work done. We do much ourselves and but hire out some work out to others. We will describe our teams,...
Views since 5/2014: 1,103
Presented by Lew Bowers, PDX Commons; Eric Cress, UD+P; Kathryn (Katie) McCamant, CoHousing Solutions Session Description We are interested in sharing our experience in working with (and as) developers of cohousing communities for our elder population. Lew Bowers and Eric Cress have recent “...
Views since 5/2014: 1,472
Facilitated by Angela Sanguinetti, PhD Session Description Seniors in and out of cohousing often debate the merits of living in a single generation community, especially one designed for the needs of older folks, or living with people of all ages, multi-generational, and particularly children...
Views since 5/2014: 1,273

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