Physical Therapy Classroom Privacy Screen
For some students, getting through the school day means more than test-taking and studying. The day can also encompass occupational therapy, physical therapy treatments, and testing centers. In a school that educates many grade levels, a physical therapy classroom is used consistently throughout the day by many students. The Beacon Academy is fortunate to have an extra classroom for therapy but needed to create student privacy for those needing to rest. A perfect solution for the school’s needs turns out to be a 6-foot high Screenflex classroom divider.
When students need privacy for testing, relaxing, or therapy sessions, the teacher opens the room divider to section off the back portion of the classroom. The rest of the room remains open for other students participating in group therapy. These panels also absorb sound which can help with access noise or echoes. If the teachers ever need to expand or minimize this area, the panels fold accordion-style and are easily bendable. Resting on casters, the dividers can also move easily to other sections of the space. The room divider can be closed and stored in a compact space when not in use. For the best physical therapy classroom, use Screenflex Portable Room Dividers.