Design for Play: a guide to creating successful play spaces

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Inclusion by Design, KIDS

Principle 5

Imagine a play space where disabled and non-disabled children play together

Children with different abilities should be able to play together in well designed play spaces.

Try to choose non-prescriptive equipment that can be used in different ways.

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