Promoting Adapted Sports Skills Clinic

A female AMP instructor demonstrates proper form to an AMP client playing softball.
A male instructor in an IUPUI t-shirt poses for a photo with a young AMP client in a sport wheelchair.


Registration will soon open the 2023 Promoting Adapted Sports Skills Clinic. The clinics are Saturday mornings from 9:30–11 a.m. and will take place late spring.

  • Complete the online registration form
  • Complete the online payment of $35 for an individual participant or $50 for a participant and one sibling. Credit Card charges will appear as IUBL Conference.

For more information, contact Amy Oliver, AMP program coordinator.


Improving sport skills (e.g. group or individual) is the main objection of the PASS Clinic. Participants receive individualized (one to two participants per instructor) sport skill-related programming based on their abilities.

We also want to extend an invitation to interested siblings to participate alongside their brother or sister with a disability. Activities vary for each individual, but participants focus primarily on improving group or individual sport skills related to a sport/activity of their choosing. This may include participation in small group games. All activities will be individualized and modified based on the participants initial skill level. Kinesiology students will develop individualized lesson plans tailored to the needs of each participant.

An AMP instructor looks on as a little girl plays t-ball.

Conveniently located on IUPUI campus

PASS is offered during the spring semester, meeting on Saturdays from 9:30–11 a.m. for six or seven consecutive weeks. The exact number of sessions varies depending on the semester.