When we talk about inclusive play, people often jump to the assumption that making a play space ‘accessible’ ticks off a box. That they have done their job in their planning. But are you excluding a child with a disability if that piece can only be accessed by them and no-one else at the same time? As a result, forcing them to play on their own? An inclusive play space should be inclusive of all children of all abilities. This teaches children to interact together through play and breaks down walls. It teaches understanding, equality and acceptance of one another.
Our Inclusive Play Range
We have a fantastic range of Inclusive Playground Equipment and can design a play space to meet everyone’s needs and abilities. Whether you are after a full play system with access ramps or wanting to add some unique pieces to your play space, our Parkequip consultants can help you find the best pieces to suit your project.
Check out some of the free standing Inclusive Play options we have below that will set your play area apart from the rest.