The toolkit was originally researched and written by Shira Standfield MRM, MBCSLA.
An updated 2018 version of this toolkit will be available Spring 2018.
One of the greatest joys of being a child is the ability to play, socialize, and interact with other children. This toolkit has all the information and best practices your community needs to design an accessible play space that all children, including those with disabilities, can engage in and enjoy. From the development of new spaces to the renovation of existing playgrounds, my hope is that all communities will become fully accessible and inclusive. – Rick Hansen