Beyond The Ramps: Defining Inclusive Design

A few years ago a new term started popping up in playground design. The word was ‘inclusion’. This term didn’t begin in the playground industry but we were adapting, taking cues from other industries shifting to involve the community at large. Still, even among those of us who understood the value of the word, we […]

Saskatoon Opens First Inclusive Sensory Playground

John Dolan School in Saskatoon (the largest city in the province of Saskatchewan) is a public school for students age 3-22 who have special needs. Recently, the school worked with GameTime and our exclusive representative in Saskatoon, Park N Play Design, to create an inclusive and sensory-rich play environment for children of all abilities. Parent and John Dolan […]

Students Create a Barrier Free Playground for their Friend

“When we talk about real inclusion, we are talking all abilities, all ages, all generations.” – Tim Aylesworth, Park N Play Design Territory Manager – Tim Aylesworth, Park N Play Design Territory Manager The kids at Mattie McCullough School decided they needed a playground for everyone to play on. We helped them bring their playground […]