Cognitive Disabilities

Creating Functional Spaces & Solving Design Crimes! Ed Warner, Motionspot (Season 4, Episode 4)

  By: Janet Roche & Carolyn Robbins Hosted By: Janet Roche Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guest: Ed Warner, Motionspot Photo Credit: Motionspot Inclusive Designers Podcast: Ed Warner of Motionspot joins IDP to explore the need for inclusive design that is both functional and beautiful… not only in the home, but in hotels, the workplace and […]

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Living in a VUCA World – The Importance of Co-Design! Guest: Pinar Guvenc, SOUR Studio (Season 4, Episode 3)

By: Janet Roche & Carolyn Robbins Hosted By: Janet Roche Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guest: Pinar Guvenc, SOUR Studio Photo Credit: SOUR Studio This in-depth interview with Pinar Guvenc of SOUR Studio explores the importance of co-design in a ‘VUCA’ (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world, and why language matters when designing.  Inclusive Designers Podcast

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Adaptive Environments for Healthcare & Beyond! Guest: Alex Tan, Philips (Season 4, Episode 2)

By: Janet Roche & Carolyn Robbins Hosted By: Janet Roche Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guest: Alex Tan, Design Innovation Director, Philips Photo Credit: Philips How did design innovations for the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) lead to groundbreaking changes for behavior health rooms in hospital Emergency Departments? The answer lies in new adaptive environments, and

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Trauma Informed Design for Behavioral Health: 3-part series/All (Season 3, Episode 2)

By: Janet Roche & Carolyn Robbins Co-Hosted By: Janet Roche & Dr. J. Davis Harte Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guest: Meredith Banasiak Photo Credit: Caleb Tkach AIAP This just in… new changes are coming for those who create spaces for Behavioral Health. Combining the scientific knowledge from Neuroscience and the research evidence from Trauma-Informed Design

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Designing for: The Changing Reality of Disability in America (Season 2, Episode 2)

By: Janet Roche & Carolyn Robbins Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guest: Valerie Fletcher What is the state of disability in America today, and what does this mean to Inclusive Designers… especially in this time of Covid? IDP sits down with Valerie Fletcher, Executive Director of the Institute for Human Centered Design (IHCD) in Boston, MA.

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Designing for: Aging In Place (Season 2, Episode 1)

  By JANET ROCHE & CAROLYN ROBBINS Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guests: Deborah Pierce, Architect & Brian Harvey, Contractor Photo Credit: Kathy Tarangola Photography Society is naturally aging, living better, and longer. By 2030 there will be an unprecedented number of seniors, more than ever before. This means more people living at home for as

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Design Review: IDP goes to ABX 2019 (Season 1, Episode 6)

By JANET ROCHE & CAROLYN ROBBINS Edited by: Matthew Bogart Profiled ABX 2019 Vendors: List & contact info below • The IDP team makes their way through Boston’s annual ABX convention (ArchitectureBoston Expo) and talks to the vendors that presented products of particular interest to Inclusive Designers. ABX is a great place to get caught

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Overview: “Stay Well… and Stay Well Informed” (Season 1, Episode 1)

By JANET ROCHE & CAROLYN ROBBINS Edited by: David Goodman Host: Janet Roche, MDS – Email: janet@inclusivedesigners.com Moderator: Carolyn Robbins – Email: carolyn@inclusivedesigners.com • Inclusive Designers Podcast • In the relatively new and constantly evolving field of designing for human health, there is a need for access to the most current information and resources. This

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