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Every community is unique. That's why we tailor our play and recreation solutions for each space, budget, and need. From commercial playground equipment for parks and schools to custom designs for landscape architects, GameTime solutions are personalized for your community. 

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August 08, 2023

CADES Inclusive Playground: A Place Where Everyone Can Play

Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, is home to CADES (Children and Adult Disability & Educational Services) - a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing resources and assistance to children and adults with disabilities. More than 16% of people living in this area have some type of disability - that’s more than 250,000 children and adults. That’s why CADES turned to GameTime and MRC Recreation to create an outdoor space that benefits everyone in the community.  

Designing an Inclusive Playground

The CADES Inclusive Playground is a fully accessible playground that features a variety of equipment that is designed to be enjoyed by children and adults of all abilities. The playground includes a wheelchair-accessible merry-go-round, adaptive swings and climbers, and

July 26, 2023

Groundbreaking of Nation’s First Universally Inclusive Park

On July 26, 2023, GameTime gathered with more than 200 people in the rain on the 33rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act to celebrate the groundbreaking of Moss Universal Park in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. The $10 million redevelopment project will transform the former Wisconsin Avenue Park into a first-of-its-kind, 18-acre universally inclusive park. Transforming a beloved community park into a national first will be led by IMPACT Parks, GameTime, and The Ability Center.


March 28, 2023

Saluting Three Community Champions for Inclusive Play

Over 7 million children in the United States have a disability. Far too few parks and playgrounds are designed to provide these children with a fun, fair, and equitable experience. While some may meet the government requirements for accessibility, they seldom offer a truly inclusive play experience. 

This inequity has led many people to ask questions, such as: 

  • How can we make an inclusive playground for every child?  
  • Who will help us to create a place where every child feels safe and included? 
  • What can we do as a community to ensure children and adults of all abilities have the same great experience in a park or playground?

These questions, and hundreds like them, are what we hear from people who advocate