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What is an Inclusive Playground? 

Inclusive playgrounds are designed to provide a safe place where children of all abilities can play together and are developmentally appropriate for children with and without disabilities. An inclusive playground takes away the barriers to exclusion, both physical and social, providing a “sensory rich” experience for all.

Inclusive Playground Coming to Corona

Lincoln Park: An inclusive playground is coming soon to Lincoln Park thanks to a matched funding grant from Kompan, Inc. and the Corona Parks Foundation. Click here to read the latest news on the new Inclusive Playground at Lincoln Park »

Santana Park:  A pirate’s treasure themed inclusive playground, coming to Santana Parkin 2020 based on community input. Click here to read about Santana Park's Inclusive Playground »

 

Accessible vs. Inclusive Playground, Learn the Difference! 


 Accessible Inclusive

Accessible

  • Everyone can get to and through
  • Accessible routes, transfer points
  • Maneuverability
  • Specialized or modified equipment

 Inclusive

  • Focus on engagement
  • Encourages interaction
  • Use of the same equipment and/or
  • similar experiences in close proximity

 

 Accessible, Inclusive, Exclusive

Diagram

 

Lincoln Park Playground Renderings

Lincoln Park V1

Lincoln Park V2

Lincoln Park V3

Lincoln Park V4

Lincoln Park Playground Renderings

Santana Park Inclusive Playground

Santana Park Inclusive Playground 2

Santana Park Inclusive Playground 3

Questions?

If you would like to learn more, please call David Montgomery-Scott at 951-739-4985 or email David.Montgomery-Scott@CoronaCA.gov.

In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this event, please contact the ADA coordinator at (951) 739-4823.

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