This event is an introduction on how to make your home a partner in your healthy aging  experience.

Susanne Stadler, architect and inclusive design activist, will present an overview of the Aging 360™ workshop she designed together with social workers  for the nonprofit At Home With Growing Older.

This creative, interactive workshop provides participants with simple tools to adapt their homes to their changing needs, rooted in a holistic, human centered approach to age-friendly design. Stadler will discuss examples both from her architectural practice and from participants in Aging  360™ workshops. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions concerning  their own changing needs. 

The Mt. Tam Community Land Trust, a local non-profit dedicated to creating and preserving affordable and equitable housing, and Home Match will explain their tools for supporting healthy aging. 

This event is sponsored by the Mt Tam CLT and the City of Mill Valley Age Friendly Initiative. 

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You might recall Mt. Tam Community Land Trust from their event in February with Leah Rothstein, co-author of Just Action, about housing inequities, how we got here and what we can do to change it.

“We are all concerned about housing in our communities but we rarely talk about how official policies at all levels have played a role in housing segregation and the lack of housing – especially affordable housing,” according to organizers. “Leah will discuss specific actions that can create inclusive, integrated and vibrant neighborhoods.

Sign up for action steps and be part of the solution! Register here for the free event open to the public.

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