Adaptive Dance Education for Students with Special Needs
Adapted Dance Education is a program designed especially for children with special needs. Based on DDC&G’s current Creative Dance program, Adapted Dance will provide your child with the opportunity to explore the world of dance while also developing important cognitive and physical skills. Classes may be small group or in an inclusive setting depending on each child’s needs. Upon request, this class will be linked to your child’s IEP goals.
Adapted Dance Will Improve your Child’s
- Attention Span
- Social Skills
- Muscular Strength
- Aerobic Endurance
About the Teacher
Beth is thrilled to be teaching at DDC&G. She began her gymnastics career at age 3 and continued into high school where she qualified and competed in the OSHAA state gymnastics competition. After gymnastics, Beth was a cheerleader on the Ohio State All-Girl Cheer Team. At OSU she obtained her Master of Education and now teaches middle school students at a specialized school for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. She has a passion for working with children of all ages and hopes to inspire their growth, joy, and strength through gymnastics and dance!