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An integrative playground in Cottbus enables handicapped children, who are taken care of by the Johanniter services, to play together with healthy children, as all equipment is desigend for the use wheelchairs. Thanks to the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation, the playground was expanded to include a swing and a pavilion. In addition, a barrier-free access from the playground to the terrace, the youth room and the sanitary facilities was ensured. "Promoting the concept of integrative playing in order to bring healthy and seriously ill children together and let them play with each other in a carefree way is a matter very close to my heart." (Regine Sixt)

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COUNTRYGermany
CITYCottbus
PERIOD2017

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