The adaptive swing at Blast Off playground provides back support and security for children with physical and sensory accommodation needs. The adaptive swing can be accessed by firm, wheelchair-accessible surfacing.
The Omnispin is a unique piece of equipment with the developmental benefit of engaging a child’s sense of balance and bodily awareness while being wheelchair accessible.
Through a partnership with K1ds Count Therapy and Autism Services, Blast Off Playground features communication boards to facilitate language learning through collaborative play narration.
Zero-Depth Splash Pad Entry
The Williams Park Watermill Splash Pad features a 0-depth entry, making it accessible to wheelchair users.
ADA-Accessible Picnic Tables
ADA-accessible picnic tables, located near the Watermill Splash Pad, increase wheelchair access to seating and shade.
Nonverbal Communication Boards
The nonverbal communication board, made possible by the Parks Foundation of Hendricks County in partnership with the Hendricks County Community Foundation, features common words, numbers, and symbols to encourage and facilitate communication by pointing to pictures to express thoughts and feelings.
Williams Park Shelters
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