PGE has recently updated its Accessible Play Series (ACP) with new added items to accommodate to the needs of children with special needs. We at PGE feel that all playgrounds should accommodate to these needs as much as general children. And because some children are special in their own unique way, our ACP series has been specially designed to encourage physical and mental growth while making sure that it complies to international safety and quality standards.
fig1&2: Overall ACP concept
Our overall “Accessible Play” Park Development Concept includes the main play structure (fig3) which provides a wide wheel-chair accessible ramp, interesting independent items which allow for team play (fig4-6), simple exercise equipments, a run-around-trail with meeting points, educational, play and music panels (fig7), and a play table (fig8) which children can bring along their favorite toys to play in!
fig3: Accessible Play Equipment
fig4: Touch & Go Flags
fig5: Football Maze
fig6: Maze Play
fig7: Braille, Play & Music Panels
fig8: Themed Play Table
With these new items, we hope to make the parks and enjoyable meeting place for everyone, and encourage healthy physical and mental growth among children.
From the Management and Staff of PGE, Best wishes.