We design outdoor play products that allow all children to play together. There is something in our range for every type of special need. Read More – take to productsRead more
Do you know how accessible and inclusive your play provision is? Why not take our assessment to seeRead more
To understand what barriers there are to play we must understand disability. The Inclusive Play team spend a lot of time researching key disability issues and engaging with key charities and families.Read more
When designing play areas to include all children there is more to consider than just access into a space.
Providing play activities that engage all is vital.Read More
PiPA is your go-to tool to help you design and assess new or existing play areas. PiPA will help you understand a wide range of disabilities without being an expert, ensuring you offer the best inclusive provision. Try it now!Read More
Thinking about what products would provide most play value for all children? We have everything from moving, sensory and musical and with more products in development…Read More
PiPA Overview from Inclusive Play on Vimeo. PiPA has been created to help Local Authorities, Landscape Architects, Planners as well as families with disabled children to create inclusive outdoor play areas as well as assessing installed play areas. Why have we created this? The level of truly inclusive play provision is very low in the […]Read More
We have a vision that all children can enjoy play experiences together and children with special needs feel as included as any other child. This is the driving force behind the design of Inclusive Play’s equipment and all the work that we do. Our play equipment is designed to be fun, intriguing, educational and accessible […]Read More
Outdoor play is beneficial for all children. It allows them to learn from nature and interact with their environment. Not only is it important for their physical health and development, but by enabling children, young people and adults to interact together, a play area can truly unite a community. Of course, some children find it […]Read More
Your Top 5 – Inclusion Checklist 1. Sensory Experiences are valued by every child, ensure your play area doesn’t just focus on physical movement 2. Areas for relaxation and downtime are great for children and their parents to relax. It also ensures that children who need a little ‘me’ time can choose to get away […]Read More
I don’t think any other supplier can match your (Inclusive Play) equipment when looking for items specific to children with special needs.