Lighting, color critical for students with disabilities

By Tara GarcĂ­a Mathewson, Education Dive

Higher education institutions must consider the needs of students with physical disabilities because of federal law, but colleges and universities may be overlooking design options that will benefit those with learning disabilities like ADHD or autism spectrum disorder. Brent Betit writes for University Business that administrators can create more welcoming environments for these students by using warm, neutral colors and soft, indirect lighting in academic buildings.

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