Although parks are intended for everyone, sometimes it can be a bit complicated to ensure that equal amenities are provided for people of all abilities. In Davenport, Iowa, however, park planners recently unveiled an enabling garden that levels the playing field for all users.
The idea for the garden stemmed from suggestions sent in by participants in the city’s Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) programs, which prompted park department staff to look into possibilities for a garden that could accommodate disabled and able-bodied users ....
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