The playground will be designed to make it easily accessible to those who use wheelchair or have other physical limitations. It will also include equipment that encourages children and adults to explore the world through their senses, engage in physical activity, and interact with others. The space will be divided into three sections: one side for children up to age 5; one side for older children (5-12); and one side for teenagers (13-18). Each section will include sensory equipment such as swings, slides, climbing structures, sandboxes and water tables; physical activity equipment like basketball courts or cardio stations; and social interaction equipment like picnic tables or benches where people can gather together while they play.
The playground is a setting in which kids can be themselves, where they can have fun and feel safe. But for children with special needs, playgrounds are often not as welcoming and accessible as they need to be.
The 0-5 year old area has equipment that has been specially selected for this age group to learn about shapes, textures and colors. There are bouncy rides that will help them learn how to balance. There is also a sand and water table where they can explore different types of materials and mix colors while creating imaginary worlds with their friends.
The 6-12 year old area has equipment that allows them to interact with their friends while playing games. The equipment includes slides, swings and teeter totters which have all been specially selected from an extensive list of products available from our playground manufacturer. They can also play basketball or soccer on the fields which have been divided into two sections for each sport so there is no need for nets or goals.
Playground for Special Needs is a playground designed to be fully-accessible to all children, regardless of their physical or intellectual abilities. The playground’s design was inspired by the need for inclusive play, the social and physical benefits of play, and a desire to remove any barriers that prevent children from reaching their full potential in life.
The playground offers activities that meet the needs of all visitors, including those who are blind and visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, have autism spectrum disorder (ASD), have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), have mental health issues, or have mobility impairments. The environment is rich with sensory experiences for children who are blind and visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, or have ASD. The area includes wheelchair accessible sidewalks that lead from the parking lot to the playground structure. All equipment is easily accessible to children who use wheelchairs or other assistive devices.
The playground also provides an opportunity for parents of children with special needs to meet. This social connection helps families share important information and resources while experiencing the joys of watching their kids play together in a safe environment.
The Playground for Special Needs is a playground that has been specifically designed to provide an inclusive, safe, and fun experience for all its visitors. The playground features a large number of activities that are adapted to visitors with varying physical and cognitive abilities. Some of the activities include balance beams, slides, swings, climbing structures, and tunnels. The playground also provides restroom facilities, picnic areas, and shade to ensure that the visitors can enjoy their time at the playground without any interruptions.