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Enabling play for all children [German title: Damit alle Kinder Zugang zum Spiel haben]

Enabling play for all children [German title: Damit alle Kinder Zugang zum Spiel haben]

Play is a fundamental right of children, but children with disabilities face restrictions to play possibilities on public playgrounds. In this article Prof. Dr. Christina Schulze and two P4Play, PhD Students, Ines Wenger and Thomas (…)

SSO-USA 2021 Conference Report: A Trans-formative Experience

SSO-USA 2021 Conference Report: A Trans-formative Experience

A gendered perspective on occupational balance: Temporality & relationality in dual earner families – Occupational Mapping (Credit: Marie-Christine Ranger) By P4PLAY guest blogger Karen McCarthy, OTD, OTR/L, PhD Candidate The P4PLAY project is not just (…)

A Play on Words, or Words on Play!

A Play on Words, or Words on Play!

Photo by Cade Martin & Dawn Arlotta, on Pixnio By Dr. Bryan Boyle, Lecturer in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy in UCC and Supervisor for ESR 4 and ESR 8 in P4PLAY. (…)

Like children at a huge playground

Like children at a huge playground

Our first participation and contribution to a conference about play By Allison Mula, Silvia Veiga Seijo, Ines Wenger, Fiona Loudoun, Rianne Jansens, Sabine Vinçon, Thomas Morgenthaler and Michelle Bergin, ESRs in P4PLAY. After 6 months (…)

P4PLAY launches new website!

P4PLAY launches new website!

We are delighted to launch our new website for the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network P4PLAY. Over the course of the programme, this website will be a source for research, data and other (…)

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