More and more inclusive games, in the Orleans agglomeration, are for children with disabilities

Like all their other mates, the “extra” kids want to be able to play in the garden, swing or laugh at the turnstile. Good news: Inclusive games, designed to accommodate children with disabilities, are being developed everywhere in the city of Orleans. It is the fruit of the long-term work of many parents, tireless activists, and daily fighters. But it is feasible!

The only adaptive alternative in Loiret

This Saturday, June 18, an all-inclusive hammock (the only one in the department!) will open in the Parc de la Valinière, in Semoy, at 11am., not far from the already existing area. Its cost: 30 thousand euros.

The association Un Avenir Pour Maé, whose project is headed by a president, presents a picnic for the citizens

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intended for children with sensory disturbances or autism (this did not arrive on Thursday, June 16th),”, Emily Amaro details.

An inclusive swing, suitable for children with disabilities, will be installed in a park in Simoy all the way south, At Olivet, different units, in the current stadium on the banks of the Loiret, will arrive at the beginning of the school year

: trampoline and whirlpool, to be selected in consultation. This initiative, once again, is borne by the mother of the 5-year-old girl, Luna, who has multiple disabilities. Once again, it was born thanks to the citizens’ votes during the participatory budget (204 votes) of the municipality.It’s not normal to have to enter this kind of budget

For these projects,” Hayat El-Zarhoui referred to the Olivetan-elected deputies.

The town of Olivet specifies that “Bird’s Nest” swings have been around since spring in Larry Park and Square de l’Orme-Grenier. It is not specific equipment but it can be accessible to some children with disabilities, in a lying position.

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The lines are moving

“The lines are moving,” says Marina El-Saadani, president of the Association de Rive Port-Yannis: “The city of Orleans is very receptive. What we would all like to be a 100% inclusive stadium, like in Van (52). But these are really great strides of progress, step by step. Our children will be included in future projects

: Once an area is finished or rebuilt, they should think about doing something appropriate. ” The private school Le Renard et la Rose, in Saint-Marceau, offeredCreate a comprehensive sensory garden in the garden of Lyon Chenault

. This project, which costs 80 thousand euros, received 353 votes in the last participatory budget, and therefore it will be implemented. Objective: To stimulate the five senses in children and the elderly as well. It should open in September.

In Saint-Jean-de-Braye, a mother responded to a call for projects to install modified games.

Currently, the only wheelchair accessible turnstiles are on the Belneuf Plain and in the Bel-Air Park in Ingré.

The revolving gate of Bel Air Garden in Ingres.
Another wheelchair-friendly revolving door on the Plain of Bleneuf in Orléans.

The purpose of these steps is for you to be able toInclude these children with disabilities among their healthy friends

. These toys will sometimes be within reach of wheelchairs, and sometimes safer, by means of anchors in particular. Sometimes they will also be open to everyone, with the idea of ​​priority for children with disabilities. Thus these families will have less impression of “living in a parallel world” but, on the contrary, will be able to form a bond.

It will be followed by a sports festival open to all children up to 12 years old. Two types of adapted sports will be offered to all: Boccia (petanque adapted to all disabilities) and Showdown (an acoustic shuffleboard adapted for people with disabilities.

Visually Impaired).

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