Adaptive Dance Programs

For more than 15 years Hubbard Street’s Education, Youth and Community Programs have created inclusive classrooms where everyone is welcome to dance. Our Adaptive Dance Program focuses on participants’ strengths — on their talents and potential, as they learn to see themselves as we see them: dancers and choreographers. The Adaptive Dance Program currently includes The Parkinson’s Project (the Midwest’s oldest dance program for Parkinson’s patients), and The Autism Project.


Introduction to Adaptive Dance Workshop
Friday, June 10 from 9am–4pm

Join us for a unique opportunity to learn the methods and curricula behind Hubbard Street’s innovative Adaptive Dance Programs. Designed for dance educators, group coordinators, community leaders, care partners, allied health professionals, and teachers of yoga, fitness, and Pilates, Introduction to Adaptive Dance is a comprehensive overview of techniques, resources, and best practices.

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Parkinson's Project The Autism Project (TAP)
Registration Advisory Committee

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Adaptive Dance 
Program Sponsor