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Do you think disabled children should get to play in their local playground?
I do too.
Did you know?
- Half of families with disabled children face accessibility problems with their local playground.
- An alarming one in ten said their disabled child hurt themselves because of inaccessible equipment.
- One in six said their disabled child felt upset and disappointed because they couldn’t enjoy their local playground.
Want to do something about it?
Councillors are responsible for local playgrounds, so it’s vital that they commit to ensuring the playgrounds in their area are inclusive and accessible.
This would mean that disabled children would get to play too. Showing all children from a young age that an inclusive world is possible.
Your local councillor will be invited to speak to us about how to ensure their local community has accessible and inclusive parks.
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