When some people go to a park, they run, jump and play without a second thought. But for others, it’s more complicated. Some parks’ paths aren’t accessible for those with mobility devices, some playgrounds don’t accommodate visual or physical limitations, many fields aren’t built for wheelchair baseball. And if areas are accessible, they can sometimes be isolating, not made to allow play side-by-side with able-bodied peers.

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