Archive for Inclusive Play

Americans With Disabilities Act turns 25

Inclusion is an important topic for Playworld. The company strives to design and manufacture playground equipment that benefits and can be fully utilized by individuals of all ages and abilities. The Americans …

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The Importance of Inclusive Playgrounds

Playworld inclusive playground equipment - Zahra Baker All Children's Playground, Hickory, NCAccording to Article 31 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child, every child has a right to engage in play. It is a vital part of children’s development …

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Playgrounds help students succeed

Playworld school playground

It’s tough picturing an elementary school without a playground, but it is a common occurrence in today’s world. Instead of seeing playgrounds as vital to the overall development of children, they are …

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Spreading knowledge: October is Sensory Awareness Month

Sensory Processing Awareness MonthDid you know that October is National Sensory Awareness Month? While Sensory Processing Disorder may not be top of mind for many, this condition affects the daily lives of numerous children and …

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Evolving play for the 21st Century

Playworld NEOS electronic playground equipmentIt’s no secret that at Playworld, we believe deeply in the power of play. In fact, Playworld’s passion for making play exciting and relevant was featured in the recent TIME magazine article, …

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Inside Design: Unity RockR

Our UnityTM Collection is inspired by the iconic play equipment we all grew up with, and infused with a modern relevant twist. As we expand the Unity line, as we do …

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Autism: Why Playgrounds Matter

How can a playground make a difference for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?

inclusive playground autism - Playworld

Autism is complex. Some children are non-verbal while others have no problem speaking. Children with autism have …

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A Toast to Harrison: Down Syndrome Fears Be Gone

In honor of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21, 2015, we’re sharing a blog post originally published on the Down Syndrome and the Undomesticated Diva blog. On her blog, author

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