Sarah is new to The Dance Ability Movement this year but has shown already that she is an integral part of the DAM family!  Sarah jumped right into her role, volunteering in a virtual capacity with our Halton Down Syndrome Association classes on Monday evenings and joining our Mississauga crew at June Lawrence School of Dance on Sundays.

From day one, Sarah could be trusted to not only follow public health guidelines to ensure the safety of our dancers and team, but also do it with fun and energy to keep dancers feeling calm, happy, and welcomed as they entered their dance studio space.

With a beautiful energy and friendly approach, Sarah has been interacting well with dancers both online and in-person.  She embraces each theme week, dressing up for classes and being excited to share in the dancers’ enthusiasm!  Sarah has taken the time to get to know each dancer, and offers very reflective dialogue after classes to facilitate further support for dancers.

Being flexible with the changing demands and expectations this season has brought, and being willing to offer an extra helping hand were valuable skills Sarah has brought to our team.  She has gone above and beyond in her role, offering to support behind the scenes initiatives and fully sharing her passion for dance and supporting others to be the best they can be!

THANK YOU, SARAH, for all that you do to make dancing dreams come true!  We are lucky to have you on our team!