GameTime, a leading manufacturer of inclusive playground equipment, is an exhibitor this week at the 20th Annual ADA Symposium in Denver, Colorado. The four-day event is a comprehensive conference on the Americans with Disabilities Act and is designed to provide the latest information on ADA regulations and guidelines, implementation strategies, and best practices through dynamic, interactive sessions.
GameTime is a long-standing sponsor and exhibitor at the conference. “Our mission is to help communities create inclusive play and outdoor recreation spaces,” said Tom Norquist, Senior Vice President at GameTime. “This symposium educates attendees on how to be effective advocates for accessibility and inclusion. Our goal is to provide attendees with the resources necessary to plan and design play environments for children and families of all abilities.”
The GameTime exhibit includes examples of playgrounds designed using the 7 Principles of Inclusive Playground Design™, as outlined in the Me2™ program. Me2 was created in partnership with PlayCore and Utah State University, Center for Persons with Disabilities. It is a comprehensive best-practice guide for designing inclusive playgrounds that benefit the whole child. GameTime will also be sharing information on how communities can design inclusive play spaces that are added to a national register and designated as National Demonstration Sites for Inclusive Play.
GameTime is a leading manufacturer of commercial playgrounds, custom play spaces and outdoor fitness equipment. Headquartered in Fort Payne, Alabama, and with distribution around the world, GameTime has been dedicated to enriching childhood through play since our founding in 1929. Our products combine play research with thoughtful design to create playgrounds for children of all abilities. We bring together the right corporate, civic and nonprofit partners to build healthy, active communities that make the world a better place for children and families.
About the ADA Symposium
The National ADA Symposium is a project of the ADA National Network which is comprised of ten regional centers that provide information, training, and materials on the Americans with Disabilities Act. The conference, held annually for the past 19 years, has earned the reputation as the most comprehensive training event available on the ADA and disability related laws.