What the market offers concerning social inclusion of children with disabilities in a playground environment are, in the majority of the cases, conventional games or equipment adapted for the disabled from games and equipment developed for normal children. 
Unfortunately, what is offered is simply making play areas accessible to the disabled, which is an important aspect but however can be considered only the first stage in SOCIAL INTEGRATION and INCLUSION. 

The results achieved are often poor and in some cases questionable concerning both the real accessibility for children with learning and physical disabilities and social inclusion which for us is fundamental when aiming at truly satisfying these children’s needs. 
In the majority of cases the approach is very limited when dealing with an issue which requires more attention and a broader interpretation. 

This observation has led to a completely innovative approach which is studying and developing play equipment designed for children with varying grades of disability, the child's integration with the surrounding play environment and with normal children who share the same play area. 
Therefore, not designing play equipment for normal children and separate play equipment for children with disabilities, but new facilities and structures aimed at providing the correct sensory stimuli and forms of play which offer children satisfying and gratifying experiences. The final objective is total inclusion in a social environment for both toddlers and school-age children. 

These new recreational solutions, which can be used singularly or in small groups in a limited area, are ideal for creating “inclusive play areas” stimulating all the senses and where children can interact and discover what they can do.