NSW – Inclusive Play at St Lucy’s School: a playground designed for children with special needs – Case Study

Play equipment for special needs

Creating an inclusive play area gives every child the means to live their childhood to the full. At Proludic inclusion is a key aspect of our philosophy because we believe that all children should have access to play facilities.

Testimonial by Lauren Mills, Senior Occupational Therapist at St Lucy’s School:

“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.” 

Click here to read the full testimonial

Site: 21 Cleveland St, Wahroonga, NSW 2076
Client: St Lucy’s School
Age Range: from 2 years old

Date Opened: December 2015

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Proludic’s Inclusive Play Areas Guide presents our approach to designing inclusive play areas. Together with experts we have identified the specific features and special needs of less able children in play areas and measures that can be taken to ensure accessibility for all. The Guide has received the Good Design Award 2016 in the Social Innovation category in Australia’s oldest and most prestigious awards program for design and innovation, the Good Design Awards.

Click here to browse our Inclusive Play Areas Guide online. The guide was developed by Proludic in collaboration with childhood experts to help us create successful inclusive playgrounds.

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