ASI – Architecture for Sensory Integration; Architectural Intervention in Occupational Therapy

Sep 23, 2016

This research proposes the use of architectural intervention in Sensory-Integration (SI) clinics to facilitate the environment in which SI therapy is conducted, so that the clinics respond to the unique nature of their users and are more conducive to successful treatment. This study discusses how architectural design can meaningfully improve treatment results by making careful decisions with respect to the therapy space.

Fallon Lebedowicz (CO Architects)
Gina Chang, AIA, EDAC (CO Architects)
Presented at: 
2016 ANFA Conference (Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA)
Published & professionally reviewed by: 
Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture

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