I want all children to be able to play together at the same playground, do you? Reality is, there are not so many inclusive playgrounds…
Sensory solutions for Autism at the Playground.
Great article from Shane’s Inspiration’s director Marnie Norris, building inclusive playgrounds.
Many of us pirates, adventurers, princesses… have great memories while at the playground. We also remember the drama, the laughter and that child who, we thought, was scared or too shy to come play with us. The playground is an island of freedom and opportunity where children can live their own life, make their own choice and grow. As parents, we want all the children to enjoy this very special moment fully. That’s why building inclusive playgrounds is so important.
Huge progress has been made since I was a kid thanks to organization like Shane’s Inspiration whose mission is to build inclusive playgrounds for children of all abilities so they can all play, interact and communicate with each other in a safe environment.
I decided to support Shane’s Inspiration and their efforts to build inclusive playground so that no child is left out the playground.
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A playground can be a true challenge for children on the Autism spectrum who have sensory processing issues. Shane’s Inspiration wants to help families and teachers be able to enjoy their playtime at the playground with their children or students. – continue reading below –
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