Special Needs Activity Program (SNAP)

  • SNAP Overview

    The Special Needs Activity Program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania is a motor development, physical fitness, and aquatic program geared towards individuals with a variety of disabilities.

    Participants in the SNAP programParticipants in the SNAP Program are individually assessed while performing a variety of basic locomotor and manipulative skills in the gymnasium and a variety of aquatic skills in the swimming pool. Additionally, participants have the opportunity to enhance their levels of physical fitness by utilizing the recently renovated James G. Mill Fitness Center, which contains a climbing wall and variety of cardio-respiratory and weight training machines. 

    For those individuals interested in joining the Special Needs Activity Program, please download a printable version of the SNAP Registration Form. This completed registration form may be brought with you to a SNAP session or mailed to David Lorenzi at:

    Zink Hall, Room 225 
    1190 Maple Street
    Indiana, PA 15705

    What Clients Need to Bring:

    Clients should be dressed for physical activity in the gymnasium. An individual who is planning to swim should bring either a pair of swim shorts or a one-piece bathing suit along with a towel.