Adaptive Pop Dance Class for Children With Autism! Intermediate Level (Ongoing)
Let’s dance to our favorite radio hits! In this ongoing class, students will learn intermediate level dance moves to put into fun routines & exercises. Specifically geared towards students with autism/developmental disabilities.
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Completed by 12 learners
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learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
45 minutes per class
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It’s no secret that dance is a fun way to get your body moving and your mind working! In this ongoing class tailored to fit the needs of individuals with autism, we will learn of many exciting and unique dance moves that also serve as helpful exercises, and pair them with some of today’s popular and appropriate pop hits! Class will start with a 15 minute warmup designed to get the muscles moving, and proceed with 30 minutes of new skill introduction. The skills and exercises we engage in...
Students will learn intermediate level dance moves and techniques that help improve axial and locomotive movements, balance and coordination skills, memory skills, rhythm technique, and bilateral movements. These exercises will also assist in improving social skills, fine motor skills, and gross motor skills.
I received my level 2 spectrum dance therapy (SDT) certification through the Arts For Autism Foundation, and have attended several inclusion trainings and workshops, including creativity & inclusive practices in the arts trainings hosted by All Kids Included (AKI). Additionally, I have been employed with the Miami-Dade County Disability Services department for 6 years, giving me first hand experience teaching and working with individuals with developmental disabilities of various ages in diverse environments since 2014.
No homework required
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class requires an open workout space and parental supervision, as we will be engaging in physical activity that could result in injury. A water bottle should be readily available, and close toed footwear is required for safety.
Ms. AmandaMusic & Dance Instructor - Certified Level 2 Spectrum Dance Therapist - B.S In Mass Communication
24 total reviews
47 completed classes
Hello there! My name is Ms. Amanda, and I am a dance and music instructor with a certification in Level 2 Spectrum Dance Therapy (SDT). I am currently based in Miami, Florida where I obtained my bachelors degree in applied communications from...