AMAA

“BREAKING BARRIERS ~ ONE MOVE AT A TIME”

The Adaptive Martial Arts Association is the nations leading 501c3 non-profit organization promoting disabled inculcation in martial arts through education and support. 

free National school directory sign-up form

If you are or would CONSIDER training student with disabilities including Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Aspbergers , Autism, ADHD/ADD and many others, we encourage you to list your school on our free national directory.  By being listed on this directory you are NOT obligated to accept any student that is not suitable for your style or situation. We are simply asking you to interview interested student to see if they would be a good match for your school.  You do NOT have to be 100% handicapped accessible to list your school on our directory.

Address *
Address
Phone Number *
Phone Number
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Owner/Head Instructor's Name *
Owner/Head Instructor's Name
Person Completing This Form *
Person Completing This Form
What types of disabilities can your school accommodate? *
Is your school wheelchair accessible? (If you answer "No" to this question, it's ok. We will only refer students to your school for whom accessibility is not an issue) *
How long has your school been teach students with disabilities? *
Does your school offer an Adaptive Martial Arts class specifically for students with disabilities? *
Does it make it more comforable training students disabilities knowing this organization provides free consulting sevices for adaptive instructors? *
Do you often find that adaptive student are forced to drop classes due to fixed income or transportantion issues? *
If you answered "Yes" above, do you feel that thoese adaptive students would still be training if a class tuition scholarship or transportation scholarship was offered to them? *
If we offered you the opportunity to become an AMAA Accredited adaptive instructor would you be interested? *
As an adaptive instructor do you feel that besides support, if opportunities for schools to recieve accessibility and adaptive program funding were made available more schools might be willing to train adaptive students? *
If funding were available, would your school apply? *
Would you be willing to participate in a periodic "Feedback" Survey? *
Would you be interested in becoming more involved in our organization? (If you answer "Yes" to this question, someone will contact you with more details) *
How did you learn about our organization? *

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