Boundless Opportunities

A community celebration and dedication for Ali’s Boundless Playground were held at the park in August 2009. Live music, food, face-painting and sprint cars (another passion of Ali’s) filled the park, while community members, volunteers, partners and sponsors enjoyed the evening celebration.

“I think every kid should be able to have fun and feel like he or she belongs,” says Ali. “It is nice to have a place where kids with disabilities and their siblings can have fun together.”

Brandy Chaffee is Communications Specialist for the Grand Forks Park District in Grand Forks, N.D. She can be reached via e-mail at brandyc@gfparks.org

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Simple Changes. Profound Impact

· Wheelchair access to the highest platform center

· Universally accessible pathways and surfacing

· Activity transfers that maximize accessibility

· Play structures that support child development

· Swings and equipment with back support

· Elevated sand tables and activity panels

· Activities for the hearing- and visually impaired.

For more information, visit www.boundlessplaygrounds.org.

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