From left to right: Nancy from National Ballet School, Hayley and Crystal Every year, Canada's National Ballet School runs the Take the Lead workshop in Toronto. This year, we were thrilled to have Hayley, one of our dancers from Bradford, among the forty young women from across Canada who attended the workshop. It [...]
Sports and Arts Can Be Inclusive! This is Why The Dance Ability Movement Has Partnered with Special Olympics Ontario.
At The Dance Ability Movement, we truly believe everyone should have the opportunity to get active, develop their potential and be a part of the community. So does Special Olympics Ontario. This is why we are proud to announce The Dance Ability Movement and Special Olympics Ontario have established a partnership. “This partnership is a [...]
Hello again, Dance Ability community! In this post, as part of our OT celebration month, we would like to recognize and thank Sabrina Curatolo! Sabrina is our primary OT at June Lawrence School of Dance in Mississauga. Q: What was your first interaction / experience with The Dance Ability Movement? A: Attending a class at [...]
Hello Dance Ability Movement community! As you may know, October is OT month and we are celebrating the wonderful OT's that make up The Dance Ability Movement! In this post we would like to recognize Casey Cadeau, our primary OT at Elite Dance Corps in Bradford and secondary OT at the Dance Workshop in Alliston. [...]
2016/17 Season Stats - 6 studios ran year-long programs from Oct. to June within 5 regions - 160 dancers participated in our programs, with 11 dance studio recitals - 65 volunteers supported our programming this past year, plus many returning volunteers during our busy recital season!
Along with recital season comes graduation for many dancers and volunteers. This year, with our growing team, we are celebrating the achievements of many!