Last Friday we were thrilled to host the P4Play group at The Crann Centre.
The group were in Cork for the week at a training school for their second year of studies. The P4PLAY Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network is a European Joint Doctorates programme in Occupational Science for Occupational Therapists.
The group consisted of qualified OTs from America, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Spain, Scotland, Galway, Belgium and further afield.
The group visited Crann to see the progress being made at the full accessible Playground & Leisure area, as their focus is on play and inclusive play. They were impressed by the innovation, vision and forward-thinking Crann is demonstrating in the development of its outdoor play and recreation space.
Their visit followed a presentation where Colette Cahill, Crann’s Head of Services, was invited to present in the city yesterday called “Through the looking glass – Play and Inclusion”.
For more information about Inclusive and Accessible Play at Crann visit this link: www.cranncentre.ie/accessible-playground-leisure-area/