Playability Tool Kit: Building Inclusive Playspaces


This guide to building playspaces accessible to all includes: background on the Playability philosophy and the importance of inclusive play nine guidelines for planning and action how to get a playspace project started, who to involve, what to look for, how to fundraise, what to include in a budget, and a timetable technical information like recommended slope of ramps and width of pathways the Playability Audit a worksheet for using the audit results questionnaires for children and adults to use in the planning and design stages case studies with lessons and advice from four accessible playspace projects in Ontario photos of innovative ideas from across the province and around the world a list of Ontario playspaces designed with accessibility in mind resources - where to get information on universal design, websites with good design examples, play equipment suppliers and manufacturers, funders, and more.

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