The Vision

The motivation for a truly inclusive playground came from an incredible young lady named Alice. She lives in the community and not currently able to to play on any of the playgrounds with her friends. She has a non-hereditary neurological disorder called Rett Syndrome. It prevents her from being able to walk, talk and use her hands very well. But she is still incredibly smart! She can hear and understand everything you say. She likes to do all the same things as other kids which includes playing on a playground with ALL her friends. She just needs extra help. This playground will give her the extra help and while changing the community as a whole. Alice is very social – so please say Hi and COME OUT AND PLAY

Featured Inclusive Equipment

  • Safe, smooth, spongy surfacing
  • Ramps from bottom to top
  • Transfer stations throughout
  • Specialized seating and handholds
  • Slanted/graduated climbing elements
  • High back swings
  • Saucer swings
  • Stainless steel and molded slides
  • Musical elements
  • Parallel play
  • Lots of shade
  • Fun, educational play panels
  • And much more!

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