Join us for this webinar hosted by AILA's National Corporate Partner, Proludic. The session will move beyond the jargon and help you gain real insights on the design of inclusive and accessible playspaces where all children can play together, regardless of ability.
The webinar will be presented by Madeleine Walding, Landscape Architect and Proludic Australia Commercial Manager and Nadia Stojan, AILA Registered Landscape Architect and Proludic Consultant for Victoria East.
We will touch on universal design principles, visible and invisible disabilities, and best practices that promote physical, social and emotional inclusion.
Our expert presenters will guide you through case studies, interactive discussions and practical strategies to create playgrounds that cater to diverse needs.
Learn from the personal experience of a parent of a child with disability about the challenges they face in helping their child feel part of the community.
By the end, you’ll be equipped to champion inclusivity, ensuring every child experiences the benefits and joy of play.
Proludic will also be hosting a Webinar on Wednesday 29 November on Playspace Design Essentials.
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AILA Registered Landscape Architect and Proludic Consultant for Victoria East
As an AILA Registered Landscape Architect with 15 years of experience, Nadia has a thorough understanding of the design process and the importance of good quality playspace design. As a parent of young children she also brings valuable insight to projects from the point of view of a user. With a passion for inclusion Nadia is also a member of the Proludic Observatory International Inclusive Committee. Nadia is a dynamic play consultant with a strong customer focus and brings a sense of enthusiasm, creativity and optimism to all her work.
Landscape Architect and Proludic Australia Commercial Manager
Madeleine is a Landscape Architect with thirty years of experience in the design, sales and implementation of playgrounds Australia-wide. She has a great understanding of children’s play and development, and how the provision of well-designed playgrounds can enhance the lives of children and their families. Madeleine has a particular interest in inclusive playgrounds and participated in the ‘Everyone Can Play’ Advisory Group for the Office of Open Space and Parklands in the NSW Government Department of Planning & Environment. She regularly advises on matters within the international Proludic Group.
Janice is mum to an energetic ten-year-old named Robert. Robert was born with a rare genetic retinal condition and has been completely blind from birth. He is otherwise a very intelligent, active and social boy. He attends his local primary school, and his hobbies include swimming, piano and using You Tube when his mum isn’t looking. Janice works full time in a technology role and outside of work served for three years on the board of Retina Australia, a not-for-profit organisation which provides support to blind and visually impaired adults, and raises money towards medical research for finding treatments into currently uncurable forms of blindness. She also loves to run and hopes to have her son join her one day for a 5km, or even a marathon!
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