The Motor Activity Clinic (MAC) was established in 1997 to provide quality physical activity programming for Indianapolis-area children with disabilities. MAC serves children ages 3–15 and includes instruction on fundamental motor and aquatic skills.
Helping children with disabilities participate in physical activity
Join MAC for spring 2023
Registration will open soon for the spring 2023 IUPUI Motor Activity Clinic. The clinics are Saturday mornings from 9:00–11:00 a.m. and run from February 25, 2023–April 8, 2023. (No clinic on March 18 due to spring break). Clinic will be held at the IU Natatorium at IUPUI.
- New clients: complete the online registration form below; then you will be redirected to the payment page.
- Returning clients: you will receive a personalized link for registration completion.
- Complete the online payment of $45.00. Credit card charges will appear as IUBL Conference.
Questions? Contact Amy Oliver, AMP program coordinator, at email@example.com.
Physical activity is the hallmark of MAC. Participants receive individualized physical activity programming (one to two instructors per participant) based on their abilities. Activities vary for each individual, but participants focus primarily on building gross and fine motor development, physical fitness, swimming, and activity tolerance.
MAC serves children ages 3–15 and includes instruction on fundamental motor and aquatic skills.
Conveniently located on IUPUI campus
MAC is offered during both the fall and spring semesters, meeting on Saturdays from 9–11 a.m. for six or seven consecutive weeks. The exact number of sessions varies depending on the semester.
IUPUI Natatorium Gym
901 West New York St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
MAC participants receive instruction from IUPUI students. Some student instructors participate in MAC as the lab portion of an upper-level kinesiology course, while others are volunteers. All student instructors receive training and are supervised by clinic staff.
I remember feeling so lucky that IUPUI offered this one-of-a-kind program... I loved sharing achievements with parents and watching kids/teens have a blast without knowing they were working on motor skills! This early experience boosted my confidence and drive to become an occupational therapist.Emma Zakeresfahani, Doctor of Occupational Therapy