What is inclusive Play?

Let’s look at the definition of inclusive play: Children of different abilities are able to play together.
To be truly inclusive, playground equipment needs to have challenges on different levels.

 

not-inclusive

1. Not suitable for impaired children.

2. Only suitable for impaired children (a wheelchair swing is not inclusive)
Not-inclusive products for handicapped children have a place (schools, therapy) but in public areas inclusive Play equipment is preferable.

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