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Design for Play, offers it’s unique expertise in designing natural play environments from our knowledge, experience, and understanding of how children play. If you need to remodel old playgrounds, build new ones, develop master plans for play areas around schools or communities, develop outdoor classrooms, or shade structures…………

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Design For Play Presentation

  1. 1. Design For Play: Playground Design Consultation JC Boushh, CPSI Playground Consultant
  2. 2. About Design For Play
  3. 3. Design For Play Snapshot <ul><li>. Design for Play , offers it’s unique expertise in designing play </li></ul><ul><li>environments from our knowledge, experience, and understanding of </li></ul><ul><li>how children play. Our overall objective is to create a more </li></ul><ul><li>developmental play environment, providing children with many </li></ul><ul><li>learning opportunities. </li></ul><ul><li>Our most important objective is to make sure that your goals for the </li></ul><ul><li>playground project are met, or exceeded. To ensure this we help </li></ul><ul><li>you through the entire design build process. Our goal is to collaborate </li></ul><ul><li>with you to provide detailed schematic drawings of your proposed play </li></ul><ul><li>environment that can be used for public display, fundraising, and </li></ul><ul><li>guided construction. We do not sell playground equipment , but </li></ul><ul><li>offer unique play environments incorporating numerous </li></ul><ul><li>developmental elements, and various playground components from </li></ul><ul><li>various playground manufactures. </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul>
  4. 4. Playground Designer Snapshot JC Boushh , the owner of Design For Play is a recognized expert in the field of playground safety, natural play environments and inclusive playground design. He has lectured nationwide as well as authored numerous articles on playground safety. He is a member of The Association for the Study of Play, The International Play Association/USA, a Participating Member of ASTM International F15.29, a Board of Trustee Member of the International Playground Contractors Association, an Associate Member of the International Playground Equipment Manufactures Association, and a member of NAEYC Play, Practice, & Policy Group. He has a deep commitment to preserving all children’s right to play. He is a Certified Playground Safety Inspector, SAFE Certified by the National Program for Playground Safety, a Certified Early Childhood Outdoor Play Inspector, and has been recognized by the California State Legislature for his contribution to designing safe play environments. He is the head designer for Design for Play , and serves as a project manager and play consultant specializing in designing for children’s developmental needs through play.    
  5. 5. Design For Play Projects
  6. 6. Hacienda La Puente USD and Design For Play: Playground Renovation Project
  7. 7. San Bernardino First 5 and Design For Play: Make A Difference Day Playground Project BEFORE AFTER BEFORE AFTER
  8. 8. Design For Play: Shade Structures
  9. 9. Design For Play: Early Childhood Design Barnhart School, Arcadia
  10. 10. Design For Play: School-Age Design The Garden, Chatsworth
  11. 11. Design For Play Services <ul><li>Technical Support for the Playground Development </li></ul><ul><li>Project Planning and Universal Play Environment </li></ul><ul><li>Design to meet ADA Inclusiveness </li></ul><ul><li>Equipment Configuration to meet ASTM, CPSC, and </li></ul><ul><li>Age-Related Play Values </li></ul><ul><li>Design Oversight with local Playground Equipment </li></ul><ul><li>Manufacture Representative </li></ul><ul><li>Design Mentoring, Training and Education with </li></ul><ul><li>Grantees </li></ul><ul><li>Final Playground Safety Audit/Certification </li></ul>
  12. 12. Design Services BEFORE LAYOUT ARTIST RENDERING BARNHART SCHOOL: KINDERGARTEN
  13. 13. Design Services FINAL BARNHART SCHOOL: KINDERGARTEN
  14. 14. Certified Playground Safety Inspector Design For Play , specializes in conducting New Equipment 3rd. Party Playground Installation Inspections , verifying your new playground equipments is compliant, and verifying that it as been installed properly according to the ASTM, CPSC, & ADA playground guidelines. Design For Play charges facilities an single audit price regardless of the amount of playground equipment, number of separate play areas within the property, or location within the state. The audit performed meets ASTM, CPSC, & ADA guidelines, and will take approximately 1-2 hours. The inspector will then complete the audit with a site walk-thru where we will attempt to answer all questions and concerns. You will then receive a bound copy of the audit with color pictures. Certified: ECERS, NPPS Early Childhood Outdoor Play Inspector, & NPSI-CPSI  
  15. 15. Design For Play Training & Lectures
  16. 16. Design For Play Conferences California Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing Division Association of Christian School International Lutheran Educators Conference, Southern Region CA California Association for the Education of Young Children Tutor Times Learning Centers, LLC Franchises California Head Start Association The Professional Association of Childhood Education California Association of School Business Officials County of Orange, Regional Park Operations; Playground Maintenance Kids Included Together, San Diego Western College Physical Education Society College of the Desert Child Development Department California Association of Private Special Education Schools Special Needs Advisory Project, “A Place for Every Child: Inclusive Child Care” National Association of Recreation Resource Planners National Association of State Outdoor Recreation Liaison Officers First 5 Kern Madera Child Care Resources & Referral Northern California Early Childhood Education Conference NRPA; National Institute on Recreation Inclusion California Child Care Resource & Referral Network California Association of Private School Organizations U.S. Virgin Islands Head Start Program Etiwanda Unified School District, Maintenance Staff Training California Landscape Contractors Association California & Pacific Southwest Recreation & Park Training Conference NPCAI Playground Construction School Chaffey College Child Development Department International Play Association-USA/Canada The Association for Study of Play 2007 Conf.  
  17. 17. Outdoor Classroom Training A Comprehensive program designed to introduce and develop play environment design skills for the child care professional Outdoor Play Environment & Classroom Design Training This workshop will focus on creating a total play environment for children incorporating art; natural areas, sand and water play as well as introducing non-traditional elements. The objective is to assist the participant in learning how to create a more natural play environment, providing children with many learning opportunities by using the natural features surrounding the playground area. We will learn how to incorporate a variety of activities (stimuli) rather than a variety of equipment, and to facilitate children’s play value by the combination of setting, challenge, and opportunity, which facilitates fully engaged exploration of the environment during independent, self-directed time. Presented to: First 5 Kern and Madera Child Care Resources & Referral  
  18. 18. Why Play Matters Too many kids are missing out on one of the most important childhood experiences: one that can help kids grow up healthy, happy and successful. An experience chock full of creativity, exploration, imagination, physical activity, friendship and adventure. The experience is PLAY. There is a nationwide scarcity of play and we are beginning to see a stark difference between children who play and children who don't. • Kids who play are healthier, less likely to be obese and less prone to obesity-related health problems such as diabetes and heart disease. • Kids who play do better in school. Play develops the cognitive skills that are positively linked to learning and academic performance. • Kids who play, play well as adults. Play builds confidence and teaches the social skills that help kids become happy, well-adjusted adults.
  19. 19. Design For Play JC Boushh Play Consultant (951) 922-3900 [email_address]

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