Tuesday, September 19, 2017 | 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Open to Conference Attendees Only
Building Momentum: How Architecture supports Progress In A Rehab Facility
VP of Healthcare Design/Practice Leader, HuntonBrady Architects
Chief Rehabilitation Officer, Lakeland Regional Health Bannasch Institute for Advanced Rehabilitation Medicine
Senior Project Coordinator, HuntonBrady Architects
The Bannasch Institute for Advanced Rehabilitation Medicine is a technologically-advanced healthcare environment that reinforces the Institute’s Design Drivers of progress and momentum throughout the facility. Architects and interior designers worked closely with physicians and physical and occupational therapists to create a modern space that incorporates research results about the importance of motivation and progress in recovery program effectiveness. New and innovative technology was developed, tested, and implemented for the first time into the project, enhancing the tools used in the rehab process. Access to nature using various architectural features and the creation of a therapeutic landscaped outdoor rehab space responds to evidence-based design.
1. Understand and review the latest research about how motivation and goal-setting affect patient outcomes and performance in a rehab facility.
2. Identify key ways clinicians incorporate measures of patient progress in a rehab facility through architecture, interior design & new technology
3. Learn how to design an environment that encourages goal-setting, allows patients to help one another and supports evidence based clinical pathways.
4. Explore data and results of a post-occupancy evaluation.