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THURSDAY MAY 25

WEDNESDAY MAY 31

How Might Centennial homes be more accommodating of physical limitations?

How Might       Seniors and their families be prompted to be more proactive with detecting problems before they’re problems?

How Might      Aging be destigmatized and planning be encouraged?

How Might           The quality of life of seniors improve by alleviating the pressure of doing daily chores?

How Might  Seniors have the freedom of a car without having a car?

How Might     Every senior have a friend or have a meaningful social activity they enjoy?

"HOW MIGHT" QUESTIONS

How Might We statements help us turn insights captured during the research phase into opportunities. The six questions below were distilled from the discussions the City had with residents and subject matter experts.

How encourages us to look for many divergent ideas

Might encourages us to ignore or at least lessen current constraints

Click on any of the statements below to provide your input to the City!

The City of Centennial is excited to work alongside residents and businesses.

Let's continue to age well in our community!

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The City of Centennial’s Innovation Team (i-team) assists the City in tackling its top priorities. The i-team started in 2014 with an initial focus on transportation and mobility. With the help of the i-team, Centennial released the Go Centennial pilot program and the Mobility Ambassador Program (MAP).

With direction from the Mayor and City Council, along with the strong partnership of the Senior Commission, the i-team transitioned focus areas to Aging in Community – with a specific focus on housing. Having conducted research with subject matter experts and Centennial residents, the i-team is now seeking solutions. Centennial looks forward to working with City residents, subject matter experts and businesses to co-design initiatives that enhance the experience of residents aging well in Centennial’s community.  

The i-team is facilitating ideation (brainstorming) focus groups around the Centennial community. During these workshops, we will ask participants to help generate potential solutions to identified challenges. The ideas produced during these workshops may not be immediately implementable – but will rather serve as an initial bank of concepts to permutate and evaluate.

Facilitators will introduce the problem statements to participants, along with a summary of findings during the research phase, followed by ideation activities to help lead the brainstorming process.

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