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How Cities can plan Inclusive Playgrounds

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Wednesday, May 19, 2021

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12:00 PM America/Chicago

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Agenda

How can cities best create playgrounds that accommodate all children and families, including those with disabilities? And how can park playgrounds cater for all, without there being a disproportionate cost?

Join this webinar to learn more about park planning for active, fun playgrounds for all, that are truly inclusive. 

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Instruction time: 1 hour

Approved for

.1 CEU IACET (upon request)

1 LU|HSW AIA

1 PDH | HSW LA CES

There are no prerequisites for this education session.

SESSION SUMMARY:

How can cities best create playgrounds that accommodate all children and families, including those with disabilities? And how can park playgrounds cater for all, without there being a disproportionate cost?  Join this webinar to learn more about park planning for active, fun playgrounds for all, that are truly inclusive.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Participants in this session will

-Gain perspective on universal design principles

-Learn about research on how children with disabilities experience play and outdoor playground spaces

-Learn how cities can incorporate inclusive play spaces within their planning

-Be able to apply design principles for inclusive playgrounds

 

In order to earn credit for IACET your identity must be verified by the instructor (with government issued ID for in person events, electronic signature for online events), and successfully complete a 10 item test (70% of the items must be correct), that will assess your competence in the learning outcomes.

 In order to earn credit for LA CES you must successfully complete a 10 item test (70% of the items must be correct), that will assess your competence in the learning outcomes.

 In order to earn credit for AIA you must complete the evaluation form after the session.

For assistance in technical support and registration before, during, and after the session, contact: USSales@kompan.com

For questions regarding the course contact: Suzanne Quinn, suzqui@kompan.com

KOMPAN, Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells commercial outdoor playground and fitness solutions. Our research divisions, KOMPAN Play Institute and KOMPAN Fitness Institute conduct research and offer education sessions for persons interested in learning more about human development and the built environment as it relates to outdoor playgrounds and fitness solutions. 

Presenter

Jeanette Fich Jespersen

Jeanette is Head of KOMPAN Play Institute and has 20 years’ experience in researching, developing and advocating playground play and has served on the scientific and organizing boards on several international conferences on child friendly city planning. She has authored numerous white papers and articles on the topics of inclusive and universal design, play and child development, and play rights in a globalizing world. Jeanette is an MA of philology and has teaching and research experience from universities and colleges in Germany and Denmark. She is the vice president of the European Network for Child Friendly Cities. She is the vice president of the International Play Association, Denmark. She is a member of the advisory board of the Centre for Sports and Learning at the University of Southern Denmark.
Presenter

Dr. Suzanne Quinn

Dr. Suzanne Quinn, PhD is the manager of KOMPAN Play Institute, Americas, the research division of KOMPAN playgrounds. She has over 20 years experience as an educator, early years practitioner, teacher educator, and researcher. She is the co-editor of The Routledge Handbook of International Perspectives on Early Childhood Education (2018) with J. Roopnarine, J. Johnson, and M. Patte and Living with Children: A Froebelian Approach to Working with Families and Communities (2019) edited by Tina Bruce, P. Elfer, S. Powell and L. Werth, as well as several empirical articles and chapters in peer reviewed publications.