National CCC&TSPM Holds the 7th Aged Care Seminar in Harbin
By Alice Wang, September 26, 2015 00:09 AM
The 7th aged care seminar given by the nationsl TSPM & CCC was held in Harbin Christian Training Base on September 7 to 11, 2015.
Given the theme of Aged Homes Architectural Design and Evironmental Planning, representatives of Catholicism and Christianity who were from 14 provinces (municipalities and autonomous regions) attended the seminar.
Most of these churches are planning to build, expand or decorate a nursing home. At the seminar, the representatives of aged care experts and talent aged homes architectural designers from Britain, Hong Kong and the Mainland discussed about topics on the basic idea of aged care, aged homes architectural design elements and design suggestions, aged homes projects producing process, and cases of the aged residential design and etc.
In this seminar, every church has formed a further understanding on the basic concept of aged service, nursing home design standards and specifications, which will make the aged service specialization of our church promote furtherly.
Translated By: GuoRui Sun
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