In collaboration with the Canadian Disability Participation Project, The Steadward Centre for Personal and Physical Achievement, and the Adapt Lab, a team of researchers and practitioners with expertise in childhood disability, inclusive play, and community programming have produced a Quality Participation on Playgrounds Blueprint resource. It is adapted from the Canadian Disability Participation Project’s Blueprint for Building Quality Participation in Sport for Children, Youth, and Adults with a Disability. The resource presents 20 evidence informed strategies for building quality participation on playgrounds for children with disabilities.
This resource may be of interest to any group or individual concerned with inclusion and who may be working to create unstructured as well as programmed play opportunities for children of all abilities. This may include child and youth play programmers, play leaders and camp/recreation staff.
View the Quality Participation on Playgrounds Blueprint resource suite here!