How big should a Kaleidoscope Therapy Room be?
The room can be whatever size you have available. Some practitioners have the resources to design a purpose built Kaleidoscope room – but we appreciate not all peoples’ budgets are the same.
So to assure you, most importantly, it is the atnosphere, ambiance and the energy of the room and what it is associated with and the relationships within that space that make a good Kaleidoscope environment.
Some rooms can actually be too big to provide the correct conditions.
The size of your available space obviously dictates the number of people in any one session. For group Kaleidoscope an optimum number of young people is 8 plus the Kaleidoscope practitioner and if appropriate a support worker.
Some sessions are one to one. Some maintenance Kaleidoscope sessions many accommodate up to 15 children at a time if space allows.
Kaleidoscope offers expert advice and support in creating an excellent room bespoke to your available space and budget.
These rooms can be designed and installed completely by Dave Turnbull our own Kaleidoscope engineer who delivers major audio, visual and lighting projects worldwide. Or you can create your own Kaleidoscope space.
To be awarded the ‘Offical Kaleidoscope Room’ Plaque and be placed on our database for support and technical advice, your room will require a technical check to demonstrate that your room and practice meets our standard.
See how Abbey Park Primary Academy use their Kaleidoscope Room here