APENS was developed by members of the National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID.)
The mission of APENS is to promote the fifteen Adapted Physical Education Standards and national certification exam. The goal of APENS is to promote a nationally certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE) – the one qualified person who can make meaningful decisions for children with disabilities in physical education – within every school district in the country.
PE Central describes APENS
PE Central has accumulated links related to assessment.
Information on the 42nd Annual Adapted PE Conference.
Matt LaCortiglia, Adaptive Physical Education Teacher at Perkins School for the Blind, presents a FAIER planning model to develop physical activities for individuals with disabilities. FAIER is an abbreviation for Foundation, Awareness, Implementation, Evaluation, and Refinement.
Wrights Law summarizes IDEA 2004
Adapted PE and Assistive Technology "To Play or Not to Play"
MNDAPE website and information for upcoming 2013 conference