Dancing is not only a form of exercise for students with disabilities but it also has many social benefits. It is a chance for students to express themselves and exercise in a safe and accepting environment.
Self – Confidence - Finding the just right challenge in all activities to provide a sense of confidence and success.
Peer Interactions – Dance and move around the room with appropriate interactions with peers.
Large Motor Skills – Across the floor steps to help promote large motor development and agility
Memory & Routine – learning dance choreography to set songs that dancers practice each week
Why Infinity Dance KC?
a word from one of our parents
Dance has always been part of Kadie’s life, since she was a little kid. Infinity Dance continues to show my child that she has no limits and she can shine, just like every dancer dreams of. IDKC’s adaptive dance program has allowed my daughter to experience everything her sister does weekly, along with socializing with other children and being involved in the community. Sparkle dance, IDKC adaptive dance helps her with fine and gross motor development. Adaptive dance encourages attention, cooperation, and impulse control which often makes a regular dance class difficult for my child to participate in. Kadie’s confidence brought on by her participation in the program has carried over to her school setting. Sparkle Dance was the answer to my prayers for my daughter with special needs. Miss Rachel at Infinity Dance KC offers classes for all students and gives them a beautiful opportunity to dance.
- Kari Rowe (Sparkle Dance Star Parent)