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View From The Top: Industry Leaders Speak Out- Lisa Cini, Mosaic Design Studio

Lisa Cini, President of Mosaic Design Studio & Best Living Tech, sits down with Olivia Beaton, Editor of Senior Living News and provides insight on the top 5 design changes for the future of senior living. Using her SAFFE acronym, Lisa shares how design is crucial to keep residents safe and move the industry forward.

Date

August 25, 2020
Expired!

Time

2:00 PM - 2:20 PM
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Speaker

  • Lisa Cini
    Lisa Cini
    Founder/Designer

    Lisa is the Founder, President and CEO of Mosaic Design Studio, an award winning, global commercial design, project management and procurement company with a mission to “Improve Quality of Life by Design.” Lisa has the ability to take the complex and make it simple, as well as repeatable.

    Combining her business savvy with her wide-ranging creativity has brought Lisa into the publishing world. Her newest book, Hive: The Simple Guide to Multigenerational Living—How Our Family Makes It Work is Lisa’s personal account of how her family has designed a home in which four generations live together and lead productive, happy and healthy lives, even as the eldest member of the family struggles with Alzheimer’s/Dementia. She just launched www.BestLivingTech.com in which she curates the best products to Embrace Living as we age. Think Sharper Image meets AARP!

    Lisa is also the author of THE FUTURE IS HERE…Senior Living Reimagined. This spring she will release BOOM The Baby Boomers Guide to Leveraging Technology, so that You Can Preserve Your Independent Lifestyle & Thrive. Pre-release is #1 on Amazon Kindle in four countries!

    Lisa is regarded as the leading Alzheimer’s and long-term care design expert in the nation and has been recognized for her contributions in the field. Though appreciative of the recognition for her work, Lisa is most gratified by helping people who are struggling with Alzheimer’s find ways to cope as individuals, as families, and as communities.

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