This article was originally published by The Beryl Institute.
by Steve Shields
We know how it is.
Anyone with a complex medical condition knows the feeling: Your doctor refers you to one or more specialists and therapists, and with each comes a new round of appointments to schedule, forms to fill out and recitations of your medical history, current diagnosis and the medications you’re on to a stranger focused only on one part of your total wellbeing. Continue reading “Contemplating Person Centered Care in the Expanding Continuum”
“It doesn’t have to be complicated.” –Tracy Anderson, Architect, Action Pact Design
If your home is like mine, life revolves around the kitchen and dining area. It’s where we go for a late-night snack or daytime meal; relax with friends and family while sharing news of the day; reflect in solitude over a cup of coffee or day dream while washing dishes.
It is the same in Action Pact’s Household Model: Continue reading “Designing “Normal” Into The Household Kitchen And Dining Experience”
People often have more doubt than hope when they call Action Pact Development. They presuppose what kind of project they can afford based on misinformation and myth. Continue reading “If You’re Considering Creating Households, Let Go of Preconceptions”