By

Hannah Gallagher
Whether it is a person who uses a wheelchair that you see in the grocery store, a child in their class that has Autism, or a sibling with ADHD your child has someone in their life that has a disability that they might have questions about. Talking openly and honestly about disability with your kids...
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learn from your friends
Learn respectful language to use when talking about disability or with people with disabilities.
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4 girls with flowers
Today was one of those days that the full impact of the PlayGarden swept me off my feet. I started this overcast Saturday with a trip to …
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Last year we asked our community partner, Public Health Seattle & King County to take a look at our toolkit and share back their key take…
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say yes to kids with disabilities
The Seattle Children’s PlayGarden is so excited to launch our new blog called Say “Yes!” to Kids with Disabilities. Over the n
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wildzone
In February of last year I wrote the attached piece published in Crosscut about the destruction by the Parks department of our Wild Zone …
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I am like my mother. I pick things up on walks. There are a lot of beautiful things outside these days. On every walk I take I pick up be…
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girl in an ada swing
Every time I see one of these bright cheerful Yellow ADA swings in a city park I am so proud. In June of 2008, PlayGarden Board Member an…
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celebrating birthdays at the playgarden
One of our summer campers turned 5 this week! We celebrated in true PlayGarden style, with a birthday mud pie, a handmade piñata, and lol…
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