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1 hour CEU presentation on Building Inclusive Communities

1 hour CEU presentation on Building Inclusive Communities


What: 1 hour CEU presentation on Building Inclusive Communities plus complementary lunch
Where: Crossroads Community Center: 16000 NE 10th St. Bellevue, WA 98008
When: Monday, Feb 22; 11:30 registration and buffet opens; 12-1 CEU presentation; 1-1:30 Q&A and meet and greet
Why: Earn CEU credit and learn about inclusive design and programming best practices
How: Register for free by emailing cwallace@playandpark.com; please include name, org, phone, email of each person attending. There is no cost associated with attending this event.

Building Inclusive Communities
Providing inclusive play opportunities for people of all ages and abilities is critical for promoting play, healthy physical activity, and learning. Our two unique inclusive programs, Me2 and 2PlayTogether, not only create outdoor play environments that implement best practice design principles, they take inclusive play to the next level by providing outdoor programming to ensure meaningful play for children of all abilities.
 
Learning Objectives:
•    Apply seven benefits of inclusive playground design to create.
•    Recognize the importance of universally designed play spaces that remove physical and social barriers to ensure meaningful play experiences.
•    Identify design features that consider the physical, social/emotional, communicative, sensory, and cognitive development of children to build on their strengths and address the needs of the whole child.
•    Utilize a variety of program tools and resources that promote inclusive communities through playground design and programming that builds character development.

These inclusive play programs were developed in partnership with PlayCore and Utah State University, Center for Persons with Disabilities and Lekotek, A division of Anixter Center.



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