Weinmaster Park



Imagine, for a moment, you have a child or grandchild. And that child wants to play in the park down the street. So, you help your child get dressed, hold that child’s hand as you cross the street to the park and go towards the playground. When you get to the playground, you discover that your child cannot play with the other children because… you child uses a walker and cannot get up the stairs easily. Or your grandchild is in a wheelchair and all the activity happens up higher on the play structure. What can you do to have you child included in this rite of passage that every other child experiences? What can you do so your grandchild is included?

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