Wellness and Aging

Posted on August 11, 2017

Written by: Susan Hinz Assoc. AIA, LEED AP

The graying of society in America brings with it concern about continued health and quality of life among an older population that is living continually longer lives. Research shows time and again that remaining active and engaged in the community allows elders to live longer and more fulfilling lives.

Andrews Architects is pleased to be partnered with clients who believe in the health and wellness of aging adults. The increasing trend among operators looking to incorporate fitness and wellness centers into their facilities has received positive results from residents and community members. By bringing fitness, therapy, and wellness into a residential setting, seniors find that they are motivated to be active and engaged within their communities. The social aspect of such facilities, coupled with the physical benefits of exercise, allows residents and community members to enjoy increased quality of life.



For more information about Wellness and Aging,
contact Susan at s.hinz@andrewsarchitects.com