Creating Space That is Supportive and Therapeutic.
The use of space in a brain-based therapeutic intervention program is strategic because space solves problems and prevents many problems from developing if it is used properly. The room should have a flexible configuration so private work areas can be created as needed and desks can be separated to provide more personal space when needed. Students with therapeutic needs react in more extreme fashion to the space where they are required to learn, grow and develop. Space can trigger and challenge a student and space can alternatively soothe and support a student.