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At the core of NDI’s success is its unique pedagogy, developed over decades to address the needs of students across a spectrum of abilities. NDI serves all students including those with physical and cognitive challenges, blind and deaf students, and English language learners.

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Brighton Ballet Theater is a non-profit cultural dance organization committed to providing children with a professional and affordable dance education to all students, regardless of ability, gender, orientation, or ethnic background. In recent years, Brighton Ballet Theater saw an immense need in providing services to children with special needs, particularly with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Located in Westchester County but a quick commute from the Bronx. Moving Wheels & Heels is an integrated dance class for students of all abilities (wheelchair and stand-up). Classes have live musical accompaniment. Over the summer, the school offers a week-long adaptive dance experience for students and teachers of all ages and abilities including a technique class, composition and repertory.

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Working in collaboration with Extreme Kids & Crew, Mark Morris Dance Group's Dance Fundamentals program is a parent participation class for children ages 11 to 17 with special needs, especially kids with Down Syndrome or other developmental delays. Dancers develop skills while working on basic, developmentally appropriate choreography. Classes meet Saturdays and are accompanied by live music.

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A nonprofit dance program for physically and medically challenged girls ages 3 to 17, Dancing Dreams offers classes taught by a pediatric physical therapist in Bayside, Queens and at the Museum of the City of New York. Each student is assigned a dance helper: A high school student who is trained to assist the girls during class. Every year ends with a public performance. Although there is a voluntary contribution for classes to help cover costs, no child is ever turned away for an inability to pay.

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