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“Got Parents?”

Posted on: January 18th, 2012 by Aaron D. Murphy, Architect / CAPS 3 Comments

Do you remember the milk industry’s big push for attention: pictures of famous faces with obvious milk moustaches. Those stick with you – as good advertising should. What will be the next “Got milk?” campaign? Consider this: “Got parents?” Of course we do! Most of us have thought about our folks and where they are Read more…

CounterClockwise – Langer has me “thinking”…

Posted on: January 17th, 2012 by Aaron D. Murphy, Architect / CAPS 7 Comments

Ms. Langer’s “got me thinking”, and her famous study is over 40 years old!  I’ve been thinking, in viewing the world through my own lenses of experience, that I may need to ramp up my efforts toward my first book publishing.  I’m still in data collection and brainstorming mode, but it may be called “Empowering Read more…

What is “Aging-in-Place”?

Posted on: January 16th, 2012 by Aaron D. Murphy, Architect / CAPS No Comments

Most people go through their lives each day without being aware of the fact that the world in general has been designed for able-bodied, right-handed young adults, with average height and weight, perfect sight and hearing, and the ability to verbally communicate their needs to another human being. Aging in Place is the concept that you Read more…

Welcome to my new blog…

Posted on: December 8th, 2011 by Aaron D. Murphy, Architect / CAPS

Why am I blogging? I have started my blog for a few reasons, and they are based on my desire to share my passions and educate the public about things that I think bring value to all of our lives. I am a licensed Architect with 15 years in the industry, an entrepreneur (real estate Read more…