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PiPA Assessment Checklist

1.PiPA_Logo-01PiPA is broken down into 5 key areas. This helps you to understand what parents with disabled children have to consider before planning a trip to a play area and therefore how to design out the barriers to play.

The purpose of PiPA is to enable anyone using it to have the expert guidance in their hands without being the expert themselves.  Try it out on a new design or take it to your local park to see how inclusive your community play area is.  For more detailed information follow this link.

If you believe you have a play area worthy of a PiPA, old or new, download our self-assessment application and email your completed application along with pictures of your site to info@inclusiveplay.com.

We aim to respond to your PiPA Assessment application within 7 working days and we will provide full feedback and recommendations. If you’d like any additional support with your application we invite you to email or call us on 0131 214 1180.

PiPA Self Assessment Application Form

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