Partners at Play
Landscape Structures is inspired by our partnerships with like-minded organizations in the pursuit of advancing inclusive play throughout the world. We work with the following partners because we believe in what they are doing to create equality through play. Giving all children the opportunity to play together teaches them about their differences and their commonalities, thus eliminating bias.
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Foundation and STAR Center
The Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Foundation and its sister organization, the STAR (Sensory Therapies and Research) Center in Greenwood Village, Colorado, are Landscape Structures collaborated with the SPD Foundation to create a sensory-rich playground at the STAR Center, providing a natural therapy setting for patients and their families. working to bring awareness to the disorder, and sharing the important work they do to treat children and adults affected by SPD.
We are honored to have Dr. Lucy Jane Miller, the founder of the SPD Foundation and
STAR Center, on our Inclusive Play Advisory Board to learn more about how therapy in natural settings—especially playgrounds—helps treat children touched by the disorder. Learn more.
Inclusion Matters® by Shane's Inspiration
Landscape Structures is pleased to partner with Inclusion Matters® by Shane’s Inspiration toward a common goal of promoting play for Together, we’ve created nearly 50 universally accessible playgrounds, including the first in Mexico and Ecuador. children of all abilities. Communities across the U.S. are benefitting from inclusive playgrounds and programming introduced by Inclusion Matters® by Shane’s Inspiration, who has taken accessible playgrounds to a whole new level. Not only do they help communities build these beautiful play environments from conception to completion, but they also ensure that they are utilized through inclusive play programming.
We have collaborated with Inclusionh Matters® by Shane’s Inspiration on numerous playground projects around the world, including the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, and the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. Learn More.
The Miracle League®
The Miracle League® offers opportunities for children with mental and/or physical challenges to play baseball for the first time through custom baseball fields. With more than We are honored to be the official playground partner of The Miracle League. 240 organizations across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Venezuela and Australia, The Miracle League gives more than 200,000 children and young adults with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy America’s favorite pastime. Inclusive playgrounds complement these unique baseball parks and are the perfect community centerpiece to bring people of all abilities together. Learn More.