Julie Lineberger, EdM Harvard, is a successful entrepreneur, and President of Wheel Pad L3C providing accessible living and working spaces for people with mobility challenges, keeping families together in emergency, temporary, or permanent situations. Offerings include accessible bed/bath additions, accessible tiny homes, accessible work spaces, and accessible multi unit buildings. All PADs are built with standard features to make it easier to live, play, and work from the comfort of one’s own home. Her past success with LineSync Architecture, a green and sustainable firm in southern Vermont, garnered numerous awards for both Design and Business Management. A previous career in International Development included managing and participating in projects for the United Nations Development Program, the International Rescue Committee, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees throughout the world. As current chair of Green America Board of Directors and past chair of Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility Board of Directors, Julie leads many workshops and is a consultant on various aspects of business management. She is also involved in various community efforts and in maintaining positive, healthy work environments both at LineSync Architecture and at Wheel Pad L3C.
Friday May 21, 2021
LIVE: Age-Tech: What is it and Why it matters to YOU - Part I
Join Sarah Thomas as she speaks with us about why age-tech should matter to therapists. Sarah will discuss how age-tech can improve our clinical practice and what opportunities there are for therapists to become involved. Part I of this series will focus on companies that are promoting tech-enhanced functional independence.
All panelists will come together for a live Q&A following Part II.