How does your local playground stack up when it comes to access for all? Is it accessible? Older playgrounds were not built with accessibility in mind; however, newer builds are breaking barriers for users with not only physical disabilities but invisible disabilities such as autism and sensory processing disorders. In the following article learn more about how the universal design of playgrounds is becoming standard, creating more welcoming spaces for children and youth of all abilities.
The Globe and Mail: Playgrounds can alienate children with disabilities. Now, they’re being built with accessibility in mind