‘Jumping for joy’ on the Proludic Inclusive Trampoline

Currimbin Community Special School Trampoline

Proludic Inclusive Trampoline – Photo by courtesy of Condev Cares

 

We are delighted to see children at Currumbin Community Special School enjoying our award-winning Proludic Inclusive Trampoline

Installed by Condev Construction, our Trampoline is part of the ‘Condev Cares Recreational Area’ that was built for the School with the help of Condev Cares Kids 4 Kids fundraising initiative.

Currumbin Community Special School is a Queensland State School that welcomes students with a ‘verified intellectual disability and possible secondary impairments including hearing, vision, physical and Autism Spectrum disorders.’

The new trampoline will help the students to develop a range of health benefits whilst having fun! Bouncing on a trampoline is beneficial for everyone: it helps to improve fitness, develop muscle strength, motor skills, coordination and balance. It also provides opportunities for creative play, social play, cognitive and sensory development.

The ingenious design of the award-winning Proludic Inclusive Trampoline enables accessibility and enjoyment for people of all ages and abilities. The rounded edge of the rubber fall protection tiles enables a safe entry and exit for children in a wheelchair, with the help of an accompanying adult they can enjoy the benefits and fun of bouncing! View more here.

The Proludic Inclusive Trampoline at Currumbin Community Special School was featured on the 7NEWS Gold Coast, watch the video here.

 

Currimbin Community Special School Trampoline

Proludic Inclusive Trampoline – Photo by courtesy of Condev Cares