At our company, we take safety and compliance very seriously.  Bryan was one of three manufacturers who developed the Standard for Play Equipment.  He has maintained his involvement on many boards throughout his entire career, ensuring that he stays up to date with the latest safety standards and best practices in the industry.

Our Freedom Glider is the only wheelchair-accessible glider that is both CSA and ASTM compliant.  This means that our product meets the highest safety standards set by these organizations, which are recognized across North America.

CSA, or the Canadian Standards Association, is a non-profit that develops standards and provides testing and certification services for a wide range of products, including playground equipment.  Their standards ensure that products are safe, reliable, and meet environmental and health requirements.

ASTM International, formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials, is an international organization that develops and publishes technical standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems, and services.  Their standards are widely recognized and used around the world to ensure the safety, quality, and reliability of products.

In addition to meeting CSA and ASTM compliance standards, our Freedom Glider is also subject to rigorous testing and inspection to ensure that it meets our own strict quality control standards. We believe that our commitment to compliance and safety is essential to providing our customers with the peace of mind they need to enjoy our product to the fullest.


Anthony Frisina

"The wheelchair-accessible swing at Gage Park has been a game-changer. It sets the precedence for the future of greater access to play for persons who use wheelchairs in the City of Hamilton. I am grateful for this initiative and a future of active and inclusive play for everyone."

Springdale Public Schools, Springdale Arkansas Teacher

"When a student in a wheelchair is upset, it is difficult to rock them or sooth them. Having access to the Freedom Glider has enabled the school staff to comfort students who are in a wheelchair and not able to easily be lifted out of the wheelchair. We have seen students go from crying and upset with increased tone to calm, smiling and relaxed."

Springdale Public Schools, Springdale Arkansas Teacher

"When recess is mentioned, my student immediately starts to propel herself toward the playground and "her" swing. She is motivated to get to the playground so she can swing as long as possible. Having the Freedom Glider has not only given her something to do at recess that all of the other students enjoy, it has motivated her to become more proficient in independent wheelchair propulsion!"

Springdale Public Schools, Springdale Arkansas Teacher

"The Freedom Gliders have enabled all of our students to fully participate in recess! A game changer for our students who use a wheelchair for their mobility!"

Dan Maggiacomo

"The Glider has meant that all of our students who are blind, partially-sighted, or are Deafblind are able to access our playground in a meaningful way. The students with mobility-challenges love it, the staff are always getting students on the swing. It’s so easy to access that it encourages constant use, ALL of our students now benefit from our playground!"