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crepidoma consulting, llc

Crepidoma Consulting, LLC is a recognized leader in providing design and consulting services to care providers, design firms, public institutions and other aged care professionals to help them create community and engage their elderly residents in lives that are fulfilling, purposeful, as independent as possible and healthful.

The built environment is important to the quality of life of aged care facility residents, the quality of care provided by facility staff and to the quality of the financial position of the facility. Careful consideration of that built environment can enhance all of these aspects of the building program. Utilizing the collaborative services of Crepidoma consulting provides direction to the successful confluence of program, finances, market position and built environment.

Crepidoma Consulting is founded on the principal of obtaining and sharing knowledge with the widest client audience possible in order that the built environments provided for the elderly will serve to enhance their quality of life today and into the future.

  • Pre-design programming

  • Visioning and enabling sessions

  • Built environmental assessments

  • Strategic & master planning services

  • Conceptual design development

  • Design development

  • Culture change consulting

  • Campus repositioning consulting

  • Development support

  • Owner construction representation

  • Post-occupancy evaluations


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jeffrey anderzhon, faia

Jeffrey Anderzhon, FAIA is an architect and consultant specializing in environments for the elderly.  He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Illinois Institute of Technology, where he is a past member of the Alumni Board of Directors and where he received the 2008 Alumni Professional Achievement Award. He is a member of the College of Fellows, American Institute of Architects. He is co-author of the books “Design for Aging Post Occupancy Evaluations: Lessons Learned from Senior Living Environments featured in the AIA’s ‘Design for Aging Review’” and “Design for Aging, International Case Studies of Building and Program,” and has written numerous articles on environments for the elderly. He is a frequent speaker at professional organizations, both nationally and internationally, on environments for the aging and their relationship to quality of life for the elderly.


Jeffrey served as the 2006 Chair for the American Institute of Architects Design for Aging Knowledge Community, 2007 and 2011 Jury Chair and 2009 juror for the International Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing Design Symposium, and juror for the Design for Future Aging, Student Competition, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea in 2006 and 2007.  He has served on the National Advisory Board for a University of Minnesota research project comparing state regulations that affect nursing homes, on an ad-hoc committee for the State of Kansas rewriting the skilled nursing building codes to favor "culture change," and on the Advisory Board for the Midlands Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. He has also served on the Architectural Advisory Committee for Iowa State University, on the Program Development Committee for the Assisted Living Federation of America and as President of the Alzheimer's Association, Midlands Chapter as well as President of the Iowa Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and Chairman of the Iowa Architectural Foundation.

Co-author: Design for Aging Post-Occupancy Evaluations

Co-author: Design for Aging International Case Studies of Building and Program

Chapter contributing author: Managing the Long-Term Care Facility

Chapter contributing author: Alzheimer's Disease: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier

Chapter contributing author: In Pursuit of the Sunbeam

Contributing article author: Stedebouw & Architectuur (NL), March 2021, Infection Control in Elderly Congregate Living & Care Settings in the US

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