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National conference at Clemson to focus on everyone's need to play Print E-mail

It is well documented that play is important for children in terms of physical and psychological development. But is it just as important to teens and adults? Fran Mainella, visiting scholar at Clemson University, would argue that it is. And this year’s US PLAY Coalition conference, to be held Feb. 26-29 at Clemson, will offer research to back up that claim as well as strategies to open up opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to incorporate play into their lives.



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