The Inclusive Play Areas Guide by Proludic has received a Good Design Award in Australia’s most prestigious awards program for design and innovation, the Good Design Awards!
Playgrounds increase opportunities for children with special needs to blossom and develop. Our Inclusive Play Areas Guide, developed in collaboration with childhood experts, educates designers on the range of disabilities and advises inspiring solutions for creating inclusive playgrounds.
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Examples of Proludic’s Inclusive Playgrounds:
“We were looking for strong, safe and durable equipment that would meet our demographics needs. After extensive research we chose the Proludic equipment and have been very pleased with the results, the utilisation of the equipment and its ability to appeal to a large age range and children of varying abilities.” Testimonial by Lauren Mills, Senior Occupational Therapist at St Lucy’s School. Click here to view more…
The playground design creates a world of fun for all ages and abilities and features our award-winning, inclusively designed J2684 Recycling Truck, the first of its kind in Australia! An access ramp and a large space inside enable children in wheelchairs to play with every other children, regardless of the different abilities of each child. There is also plenty of room for carers to assist.
Markeaton Park, Derby, UK
The pirate galleon’s design and inclusivity have made it a great success.
Proludic’s brief for this new playground in the UK was for a playground accessible to all children, with solutions to cater for all kinds of special needs including physical and mental impairments… view more
The client’s objectives were to develop a unique, inclusive and landmark play area based on a copy of the C212 plane (on a 1:1 scale). Proludic created a play replica of the plane – with the length and wingspan identical to the original version. Games and information panels tell the story of the plane and the structure has been designed so that wheelchairs can access the entire game through to the pilot cockpit for inclusivity… view more