Disabled children 'excluded from play'

Rose Woods
Wednesday, February 24, 2016

More must be done to help children with a disability and their parents access play, a study has concluded.

Lord Blunkett believes that the lack of play accessibility for disabled children has serious implications. Picture: Sense
Lord Blunkett believes that the lack of play accessibility for disabled children has serious implications. Picture: Sense

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