For inclusive play we mean an equipment that can be used by a wide range of users with different abilities, without particular adaptations, without special designs. Many people hold a level of small or medium disability that does not require radical design like that for wheelchair users. The difference between an inclusive playground and a playgrounds for the disabled then starts from the design, designed to allow children to have fun together, without barriers and without divisions.Read more about inclusive playgrounds
This playground space includes a range of play equipment suitable for children from 1 to 9 years. Very safe and free of dangers such as: inclusive swings, fantasy and sound panels, tactile route, panels for manual work, multifunctional house, castles, inclusive play sensory path, accessible furniture, inclusive double track slides, wheelchair and wheelchair routes. The area also includes a covered area with a shading pergola to protect groups of furniture suitable for wheelchair users. The flooring can be made of rubber with contrasting colored inserts, specially designed for visually impaired children. The "meeting corner" is ideal for role-playing of all ages in an inclusive form.
Capacity: up to 80 children at the same time.
Required free space: about 1500 square meters.
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