What does inclusiveness mean to Moray Sports Centre?
We gathered feedback from the Moray community to see how we could design the centre to be welcoming and accessible to all. The layout has been carefully thought out down to entrance gate width and the locations of bathrooms.
We want to hold an Inclusive Play Park and a Changing Places toilet at the centre so that everyone can enjoy activities together in a safe accessible space available to everyone and excluding none.
Our programmes will be developed with inclusive, as well as focused activities, to enable as many people as possible to be active healthy and happy.
Play engages all children and stimulates receptors for every child.
All of the play equipment has been chosen to enhance the senses.
Proprioception - The perception of body position and movement
Vestibular - Contributes to balance and equilibrium
Touch - Helps differentiate pressure, texture and traction
Smell - Contributes to our enjoyment of life by enhancing our social activities
Sound - Aid cognitive progression by developing the ability to process information
Sight - Developing the visual sense helps children arrive at appropriate motor responses