30 Reasons Why Play is Important for Children With Disabilities #infographic

30 Reasons Why Play is Important for Children With Disabilities

Kids of all skills are entitled to play. Kids with physical, developmental, cognitive, behavioral and neurological disorders are part of that. The UNCRC (UN Child Rights Convention) is an international legally binding agreement defining the rights of all children, regardless of race, ethnicity or abilities, in constitutional, economic, social and cultural matters. The right of a child to play and participate in leisure, cultural and creative activities is secured in Article 31 of that agreement.

"Every child must have equal opportunities to enjoy his / her right to play in his / her daily life," says the International Playing Association. Disabled children have the right to space and time in which to play freely without being unduly overprotected, as other children need. "Parks and playgrounds can be built as inclusive and welcoming children of all abilities who are able to enjoy the essential and enriching advantages of play. Comprehensive and open playgrounds can also help to promote compassion, diversity and happiness for the whole family.

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