Webinar

Webinar - Make a Splash: Best Practices for Designing Inclusive Water Play Destinations

Thursday, September 16, 2021, 2:00pm - 3:15pm  
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Make a Splash: Best Practices for Designing Inclusive Water Play Destinations 

Water is a powerful medium that naturally inspires social interactions, offers sensory-rich opportunities, and ignites joyful experiences that enrich the mind, body, and spirit. Celebrate the many research-based health benefits of water and empower communities to effectively make the case for aquatic play destinations for people of all ages and abilities! This session will review design best practices to create multigenerational water play destinations that are more usable, to more people, to the greatest extent possible. By thoughtfully addressing the developmental needs of the whole child, communities can provide meaningful opportunities for physical, cognitive, communicative, social/emotional, and sensory development for all children. Design considerations and implications will be demonstrated through inspiring case examples to help communities champion water play as a valid solution to healthier, happier communities.

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Learn more about inclusive water play designs as well as earn a continuing education certificate for the course.

REGISTRATION CODE: COMMUNITY

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Meet the Speakers

Jennie Sumrell 1

Instructor

Jennie Sumrell, Community Outreach Director, PlayCore/CORE

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Kevin Spence Headshot

Instructor

Kevin Spence, Director of Sales, Water Play/PlayCore

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Ines Palacios

Moderator

Inés Palacios, PhD, Training & Professional Development PlayCore

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Accreditations
Educational resources and continuing education certificates will be provided. CEUs for a total of 1 Professional Development Hours (.1 IACET CEU / 1 AIA HSW LU / 1 LA CES HSW PDH)

DISCLOSURE: The instructors of this training webinar are employed by PlayCore and disclose an interest in attendees partnering with PlayCore on their play and recreation initiatives. Learners receiving CEUs must meet the criteria for participation and achievement of learning objectives: http://www.playcore.com/professional-development-ceu-requirements