This past Sunday evening at the Environments for Aging Conference held in Baltimore, Maryland, Jane Rohde gave a presentation highlighting people that have shaped her work. She was also awarded the Changemaker Award- the first year The Center of Healthcare Design has awarded to the Long-Term Care space. Jane was recognized for her advocacy on resident-centered and her commitment to better long-term care environments. Jane also had the pleasure of presenting Betsy Brawley with the Lifetime Achievement award, for her 30+ years contributing to positive environments for seniors, particularly those with Dementia. Congratulations to these two deserving recipients, making huge strides in the long-term care community!
Jane Rohde presenting the Lifetime Achievement Award to Betsy Brawley