Article published on 8 August 2016

The Inclusive Play Areas Guide by Proludic has received a Good Design Award Gold 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.

Discover our Inclusive Play Areas Guide

 

Examples of Proludic’s Inclusive Playgrounds:

With the opening of the latest inclusive playspace project in Waitara Park, Hornsby Shire, as part of the Everyone Can Play government initiative, Proludic confirms its expertise in the design of inclusive playgrounds. This award-winning playground features a diverse range of innovative play equipment suitable for children of all ages and abilities including a play tower, inground trampolines, accessible carousels, inclusive swings and much more. View the Waitara Park case study.

Play equipment for special needs

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, Wahroonga NSW

The  playground design at Bert Payne Reserve, Northern Beaches NSW 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. View the Bert Payne Reserve case study.

 

“Fleurs de Tohannic” play area, France: designed and developed by Proludic, the project makes Vannes the first city in Brittany to install a playground on such a scale which is accessible to all. The playground features a 750-m² surface area, 30 items of play equipment and 50 fun activities suited to all children including those with motor, hearing, sight or intellectual impairments. Watch the “Fleurs de Tohannic” playground video.

Visit our Inclusive Play page to learn more. For assistance with your project, please contact us.

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