BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design
This facility is designed to neutralise the stereotype and to change the viewpoint about how society perceives autism. People with autism are perceived as less abled, but are also known to hold unique attributes that ‘normal’ children may or may not have and who are also at a higher risk of being bullied in a conventional school. This institute aims to encourage the student’s unique strengths and interests by using modern facilities and resources to teach discovery skills and independence for the real world. It strives to be constructive, inclusive, safe and has a supportive learning environment that pushes development and success. It caters for young children age 4-11 with high-functioning autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and other languages, communication, and social difficulties.