The Study Nook helps students with learning disabilities remain part of the classroom environment but away from distractions
The Study Nook folds for portability
Everything is tucked away in the Study Nook when not being used
The Study Nook can contain all the student's needs for a day at school or elsewhere
For certain school children with learning disabilities, focusing on the task at hand is a major challenge, especially with so many distractions to be found in the classroom. To address the problem university student Aaron Kowald has designed the Study Nook – a miniature desktop office that functions as a learning aid for children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD), like autism and Down's Syndrome.
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