Rope-Based Play Equipment Special Lunch-n-Learn
Calling all Landscape Architects and Park Planners
It is time to schedule your 2017 LuckyDog “Lunch-n-Learn”
You only need to let us know what your needs are and we will handle all of the rest!
Select from 3 timely topics:
- Playground Drainage
- Rope-based Playgrounds
- Unitary Surfacing
Download a copy of the Public Playground Safety Handbook, brought to you by the Consumer Product Safety Commission of America. Click here to get your copy.
Slyde the Playground Hound is a playground safety spokesdog teaching children to “Play Smart, Play Safe!” Slyde the Playground Hound shares your dedication to playground safety and invites you to explore his website full of child playground safety resources. Slyde is here to teach children that most playground injuries are unintentional, yet preventable by taking common sense steps to stay playing safe.
Order your playground from us and Slyde will come to your grand opening.
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Physical Activity Program for Children with Disabilities
at the University of Utah
LuckyDog Recreation lends financial support to the U-Fit Program.
Children involved in the program range in age from 3 to 18 years and have a wide variety of disabilities. Participants receive one-on-one instruction from trained students at the University of Utah. Siblings are also encouraged to participate and have the option of having their own volunteer for special one-on-one attention for the evening or participating in group activities. Learn More
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) outlines regulations for new construction and maintenance of playgrounds. As of March 15, 2011, all new playgrounds and play areas should be in compliance with the Department of Justice’s 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
As a third-party product certification provider for play equipment and surfacing materials, the International Play Equipment Manufacturers Association (IPEMA) saw a need for a trusted source to outline the proper installation and maintenance of surfacing materials, to ensure compliance with these Accessibility Regulations.