When we think about playgrounds we often think of children running, laughing and exploring with their friends. Or, we may be reminded of our own childhood memories of tall metal slides, swings and merry-go-rounds.
The playgrounds we see children playing in today are much different than those constructed years ago. Large structures with slides and tunnels and bright colors excite children just at the sight of them.
But what goes through our minds when we think about playground accessibility and children with disabilities? Typically, we realize we haven’t even thought about it.
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