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School for Cognitive Health

Daisy Ames
The School for Cognitive Health addresses common musculature weakness within the eyes that can cause the debilitating “post-concussion syndrome” following a mild or severe head injury. Eye muscle weakness is typically diagnosed in children, and can be preventatively treated by spatial eye function exercises, eliminating possible symptoms later in life. The School for Cognitive Health incorporates these eye strengthening exercises into the building fabric, passively healing students as they move through the space. The building is a healing tool, and an equalizer, in preparing students for stronger, healthier lives and providing all students the potential to thrive.