Adapted Movement Program Fall Festival

Adapted Movement Program Fall Festival

IUPUI School of Health & Human Sciences

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Adapted Movement Programs (AMP) is hosting our Fall Festival on November 16th. All funds raised will go to support our physical activity clinics for individuals with disabilities.

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The School of Health & Human Science's Adapted Movement Programs helps people with disabilities improve their overall physical, cognitive, and social function. The three clinics also provide a service learning opportunity for students, who get real-world experience as they work directly with clients.

Annually, AMP holds a wonderful fall festival. This year, on November 16th, our wonderful group of faculty, students, and families will come together and celebrate with carnival games, popcorn, a DJ, and many other great activities.

You can support AMP by making a gift to help support the many programs that we have to offer. The Ability Fitness Clinic, Motor Activity Clinic, Promoting Adapted Sports Skills Clinic, and our Live, Laugh, Dance program all serve our families with opportunities to promote healthy living for people with disabilities. Gifts like yours will support expanded programming, equipment, and other needs of the clinics to provide the best experience to our clients.

Thank you for considering making a donation! Your impact is greatly appreciated.

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