Facility Planning
Facility Planning: Sound Design

Facility Planning: Sound Design

Schools for the deaf and hearing-impaired require special design considerations. As mainstreaming becomes more common and students’ hearing sensitivities are revealed, it makes sense to incorporate these considerations into education facilities. 

Deaf and hearing-impaired children typically do not call upon the same language development and learning skills that hearing children do. These children begin life unable to access universal communication systems. Experts suggest

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