Adaptive Dance Classes (ADC) invites students with neurodivergence and disabilities to explore their physical, creative, and social-emotional skills in a supportive, structured, and predictable space. Using Brain-Compatible Dance Education, Integrative Movement Therapy, improvisation, and movement games, we ADAPT each class to support each dancer's goals.
ADC classes consist of 5 parts:
To adapt the class for each dancer, we ask families to complete the ADC Student Introduction form. This allows us to provide specific accommodations for each student and tailor the class to support each student's goals (e.g. IEP, social-emotional, academic, physical, etc.)
Caregivers are optional for students who can move unassisted.
Incontinence and violent behaviors towards oneself or others are not supported at this time.
Not at this time, however, we are working towards being able to accept DDA.