Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited
The Aspen Tree wins top prize for 'Aging-in-Place'
12 June 2019
17 May 2019, Singapore - The Aspen Tree, a Bangkok-based healthy living community for older adults, won Asia-wide recognition at the 10th Ageing Asia Innovation Forum (AAIF) in Singapore for its new 'aging-in-place' model to combine fulfilling lifestyles with world-class care at The Forestias.
The Aspen Tree at Forestias was the award winner for 'Project of the Year - Aging-in-Place' at the 7th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards, held at AAIF 2019 at Singapore's Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre on 14-15 May.

"The Aspen Tree is honored to bring the 'Project of the Year - Aging-in-Place' prize to Thailand, showing we can offer lifestyle, services, care, and safety on par with Asia's most advanced eldercare markets such as Australia or Japan," said Ms. Hye-June Park, President of The Aspen Tree.

"Aging-in-place is a key concept for The Aspen Tree. This award recognizes how careful design and comprehensive support ensure residents can continue enjoying their elegant homes, warm community, and enchanting green surroundings even if their needs change."

Ms. Park also received a 'Global Trailblazer' award at AAIF 2019 from the Ageing Asia Alliance (AAA), an industry network with 1,700 members. The prize recognizes multidisciplinary leadership in aging that raises standards of living for older adults.

The Aspen Tree won a total of 4 recognitions at AAIF 2019, including Asia-wide finalist for 'Architecture Firm of the Year'. In this category, The Aspen Tree represented The Beaumont Partnership for its work on the project's residences and facilities.

The project's fourth recognition was as a finalist for 'Innovation of the Year - Product', for 'The Aspen Tree Assistive Tableware by Dr. Singh Intrachooto'.

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