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Transcript of 2018 NCPEID
Our Roots...Our Mission & Vision
Transforming lives and empowering individuals with disabilities through adapted physical activity.
Watering our Roots.....Directional Themes
Test & Implement
Envisioning Together, Sustaining Community
Amy Oliver, MS
Coordinator, Adapted Movement Programs
Katie Stanton-Nichols, Ph.D.
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
School of Health & Human Sciences
culture (disability, Indiana, educational)
civically engaged campus (IARSLCE; Carnegie Classification for Civic Engagement; Sam H. Jones Scholarship)
design with community in mind
commitment to family-centered programming
The IUPUI Adapted Movement Programs (AMP) offer family-centered, community-based physical activity programs for all individuals with disabilities. We believe quality physical activity and exercise equip people with enhanced opportunities for healthy, independent, and dignified living.
Utilizing undergraduate kinesiology students and trained volunteers who are educated in best-practice service delivery, we are committed to providing clients with specialized individual programming that meet their specific needs.
Design Thinking & Strategic Planning
IUPUI Herron School of Art
Collaborative Action Research in Design
"How might we...."
mission & vision statements
Brand & logo development
New program development
more formalized advisory board committees
development of student scholarship
"APAC" stood for Adapted Physical Activity Clinics