Neuroscience

An Award-Winning TiD Tool for Designing Schools (Season 5, Episode 1)

By: Janet Roche & Carolyn Robbins Hosted By: Janet Roche Edited by: Jessica Hunt Guests: J. Davis Harte, Christine Cowart, Molly Pierce Inclusive Designers Podcast presents… The Trauma-informed Design Society’s  TiDEvalK12: An Award-Winning TiD Tool for Designing Schools (Season 5, Episode 1) What is the Trauma-informed Design Society’s award-winning  TiDEvalK12 Tool and how can it […]

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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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Creating the Best IDEA: Matteo Zallio’s Tools for ‘Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Accessibility’ (Season 4, Episode 1)

By: Janet Roche & Carolyn Robbins Hosted By: Janet Roche Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guest: Matteo Zallio It’s never been so important to design with inclusion right from the start! Evidence-based research shows the value of inclusive design, but how do you convince clients of these benefits and add more IDEA (inclusion, diversity, equity, 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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BAC Talk: Trauma-Informed Educational Design in a Post-Pandemic Environment (Season 1, Episode 7)

Photo May 24, 5 04 40 PM (1)BAC Talk- June 10, 2020 “Trauma-Informed Design: A Look at Educational Environmental Design in a Post-Pandemic Environment”This webinar discussion is a combined effort by Inclusive Designers Podcast and the Boston Architectural College (BAC). Our panel explores the role of designers in providing safe and sustainable futures in educational

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Designing for: Lighting and the Circadian System (Season 1, Episode 4)

By JANET ROCHE & CAROLYN ROBBINS Edited by: Andrew Parrella Guest: Catherine Leskowat Catherine Leskowat discusses lighting and the circadian system and how important it is for our health and wellbeing. In this episode, topics will include: Aging, lighting, acoustics, preventing falling, lighting design for showrooms, blue vs. red light, and our circadian system. Catherine

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