Health And Well-Being In Tomorrow’s Communities
China: Looking Ahead
China’s rapidly aging population greatly impacts planning considerations for its major cities. Future communities must accommodate people of all ages and abilities, connecting people and spaces seamlessly and intuitively. Cities that integrate multi-generational needs work for everyone. They are livable, sustainable and contribute to the health and well-being of every citizen.
Learn more about our views on how Asia is leading the way in integrating multi-generational needs.
We asked David Stavros, Senior Design Principal | Executive Vice President, Asia about how health care in Asia is leading the way in the health and well-being of its aging population.
Successful cities do not isolate people but integrate the needs and desires of all generations and abilities.