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How to design spaces for people with autism

How to design spaces for people with autism

Leading autism-focused news outlet, Spectrum, explores how schools across the country are creating autism-friendly spaces for their students.

For individuals with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities, the physical space they occupy can go a long way in providing a sense of comfort and support.

Recently Spectrum visited the Raymond & Joanne Welsh Campus in Mt. Laurel to explore how Bancroft has created a welcoming, inviting space designed specifically for the unique needs and challenges of children with autism – and the impact its purposeful design is having on the students we serve.

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