Imagine home as a place for regeneration—clean, not cluttered, preventing disease and injury, supporting good sleep, encouraging exercise, making it fun to do healthy cooking. Can interior design promote a lifestyle that leads to health and longevity? Can it be proactive—preventing future disability while respecting and eliminating existing disability? This course offers the best of residential universal design—the most innovative products and proactive projects as well as the latest international design research on aging in place with a focus on maximizing health and wellness. The course is for residential architects, universal designers, kitchen and bath designers, physical and occupational therapists, independent living and home healthcare providers, and residential interior designers.