Accessible Play Space Case Studies

See below for stories on how schools have gone about building accessible play spaces.

Carnarvon Elementary School

The PAC at Carnarvon were proud of the school’s accessible design, but acknowledged the existing 30-year-old playground needed to be redesigned for accessibility.

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Our Lady of the Assumption School

This school took on the challenge of building a bigger, better and more inclusive playground that would reflect the principles of universal design and allow everyone to play.

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Broxton Park School

Having worked with the Rick Hansen Foundation for many years, in 2014, Broxton Park School made one of its playgrounds accessible and is now upgrading a second older playground.

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To learn more about incorporating inclusive, accessible design, and diversity into outdoor play spaces, download our Let's Play Toolkit here.

An updated 2018 version of this toolkit will be available Spring 2018.