Safety parameters, like using untreated cedar lumber instead of standard pressure-treated lumber and providing universal access to certain features, are paramount in public spaces used by children. Be sure to work closely with your contractor to design the appropriate safety measures in your garden.
It is important to provide garden access to all individuals with all abilities. Building features of the garden that enable children with disability conditions from preschool to high school to enjoy and maintain is important.
Needs of children with disabilities to consider when building a garden:
Also read Gene Rotherts article: Kids with Disabilities Dont Like Radishes Either.