The Activity4All Program (A4A), which was created and is overseen by kinesiology professor Kevin Taylor, aims to provide community members of all levels of ability with opportunities for recreation and exercise. The program, which is staffed by Cal Poly kinesiology students enrolled in KINE 407 and volunteers, works to create fun and inclusive adapted physical activities.
Currently, A4A focuses on three permanent programs: EyeCycle, the Adapted Paddle Program and the Friday Club and provides opportunities for students to complete Senior Projects. This program also works closely with the Cal Poly Engineering department to design and execute the construction of many of these adapted activities.
For more information on A4A's permanent programs, click here.
A4A is collaborating with the College of Engineering on 14 active projects, some of which are Senior Projects, including the launch of the SoloQuad Conversion Kayak and "Wii-B-Fit" project.
Additionally, efforts are being made to expand the program curriculum to be scalable nationwide.
Donate to A4A
Interested in supporting Activity4All? Below are the instructions to donate:
- Follow this link to visit the official Cal Poly University Advancement site
- Next to Kinesiology Department, enter gift amount
- Next to "Gift Fund Name or Number," type: Adapted Physical Activity Program (1925)
- Fill in other required fileds
|Kevin Taylor, PhD||Program Coordinator/Faculty Advisorfirstname.lastname@example.org||805-756-1785|