Aspiring For Barrier-Free Play

Ontario’s Premier Destination for Accessible Playground Resources

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Playground Catalog

Discover inclusive play spaces with our Accessible Playgrounds Directory. Find nearby playgrounds with rubber or turf surfacing which promotes accessibility and inclusion.

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About Us

Learn more about our mission and the inspiration behind our dedication to promoting inclusive play. Discover who we are and join us on our journey towards creating a more inclusive world.

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Interactive Map

Discover an inclusive world of play with our Interactive Accessible Playground Map. Click now and start exploring the joy of accessible playgrounds near you.

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In Canada, cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common physical disability, affecting approximately 2 to 3 per 1000 individuals.

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​1 in 750 babies in Canada are born with Down Syndrome.

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​1 in 50 (or 2.0%) Canadian children and youth aged 1 to 17 years were diagnosed with ASD.

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​92% of Canadians believe accessibility is a basic human right.

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​ 38% of Canadian children with a disability almost never get physical exercise after school.

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53% of kids who have disabilities have zero or only one close friend. Kids are more likely to play with children with disabilities if the activity hardly interferes with the participation. Inclusive play spaces help solve this problem.

About Us

Learn why we’re passionate about making play areas for everyone, and get to know us better as we work towards a world where everyone can play together. Join us on this journey to make the world more inclusive.