The grey tsunami of baby boomers is quickly approaching and architects need to develop new strategies to meet their emerging needs. This session addresses a spectrum of design possibilities related to aging-in-community. An overview of emerging trends and best practices from around the world will be followed by case study examples of multi-generational private residential projects and a new model for community-based long term care. It concludes with an open forum discussion on current challenges and future opportunities for Canada’s architectural profession. The session is offered by the RAIC Age Friendly Housing Options Task Force.