Play is beneficial for all of us. It brings families, friends and communities together.
Research shows that play is a key element of development and health for individuals of all ages and abilities.
If you want to learn more about lifelong and inclusive play, plan to attend Play for Life: Exploring the Lifelong Benefits of Inclusive Play, this Fall.
The symposium will be held Sept. 22-23 in Minneapolis.
Inclusion leaders from around the country will share their experiences with Paralympic sports, adaptive recreation, inclusive design, the arts and nature play.
Participants will include professionals from a wide cross-section of play and recreational settings, making this a valuable opportunity to expand your knowledge base and make new connections. We’ve scheduled plenty of time for you to network, share ideas and ask questions relevant to your community.
Sponsors include Landscape Structures and Kanics Inclusive Design Services LLC.
For more information or to register, go to http://bit.ly/lV7man