European Journal of Environment and Public Health

Designing Stimulating Environment to Alleviate Orphan Children Psychological Problems
Ahed Sobhey Helles 1 *
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1 Associate Professor, Design and Architectural Theories, Department of Interior Design and Décor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Al-Aqsa University, PALESTINE
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European Journal of Environment and Public Health, 2021 - Volume 5 Issue 2, Article No: em0082
https://doi.org/10.21601/ejeph/11057

Published Online: 13 Jul 2021

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ABSTRACT
Children experience sorrow, anxiety, depression, and lack of support and care after losing their parents. Moreover, orphan children in center-based care live in institutional surroundings. Family environment deprivation and group living can manifest in psychological problems— even in the best programs. This research aims to elucidate how interior space architecture can instrumentally alleviate children’s post parental loss psychological issues. Relevant literature exploring environmental psychology was reviewed and analyzed. The researcher proposes a scheme to direct children home design to minimize children’s psychological problems, including detailed descriptions of design interventions.
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