Fun For All

Patch, Paula
April 2002
HomeCare Magazine;Apr2002, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p114
Trade Publication
Focuses on nonprofit organization Boundless Playgrounds which helps disabled children in the U.S. to play. Support of the organization for groups that are building accessible playgrounds; Components of playgrounds that are accessible to any child; Information on the playground Lily's Garden in Nashville, Tennessee; Cost of building a playground.


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