1. July 2015

The Inclus­ive Play­ground – A Reward­ing Chal­lenge

This top­ic gets more and more pub­li­city in media, con­fer­ences, exhib­i­tions and as a res­ult while plan­ning a new play­ground. We, as a lead­ing pro­du­cer of play equip­ment, take respons­ib­il­ity for that top­ic.
Cre­at­ing the ideal inclus­ive play space requires a wide range of play and usage options. Inclus­ive play spaces take human diversity into account. They do more than merely com­pensate for “defi­cits”. In the latest issue of the magazine playground@landscape you’ll find an art­icle about Inclus­ive Play by Maria Feske.
Maria Feske works as a con­sult­ant for Ber­liner Seil­fab­rik, she and the team at the Ber­liner Seil­fab­rik design play­ground con­cepts that are up to spe­cial chal­lenges. She is a nation­ally cer­ti­fied Occu­pa­tion­al Ther­ap­ist with many years of exper­i­ence in work­ing with chil­dren and adults with dis­ab­il­it­ies. She is a moth­er of a 4 year old boy and is cur­rently work­ing on her thes­is to con­clude her stud­ies in Psy­cho­logy.
Here  you can read the whole art­icle.
If you also have a vis­ion of an inclus­ive play­ground, send an e-mail to (cornelia.duckert@berliner-seilfabrik.com) or give us a call (+49 30 – 41 47 24 22).