What We Believe
Every dancer can grow in ability, make great friends,
and learn the power of a positive attitude.
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My daughter has high functioning autism and ADHD. She needs help with body awareness, coordination, balance and strength. Wearily I asked Deb, the director, if she would be willing to take V. on. She told me that this was not about her ego with presenting the perfect performance but, the opportunity to teach everyone to love to dance to the the best of their ability. From the first, the teacher Miranda and her assistant Emily, were wonderful with V. They took the extra time to make her feel comfortable and teach her the techniques to bring her up to speed with the class.Their teaching approach to an autistic child has been amazing and the results have been miraculous. She is so much more graceful and confident. The recital was a defining moment. Although V. does well academically, she cannot follow 3 instructions in a row. On stage she did a 2 minute routine. I was reduced to tears. I don't know how they unlocked this ability in my daughter. If I had sent her for occupational therapy she would have been a patient but I sent her to Dance Images and they made her a dancer.
Barbara Dion, Parent
What started out like a hobby has become their passion. Our girls love going to their classes on a weekly basis. Dance Images and Music Center is a place where everyone feels welcomed and everyone learns at their own pace. As dedicated parents we often look for activities where our girls can continue to develop skills that will help them increase their self-esteem, self-expression, responsibility and tenacity.
Delisa Reinoso, Parent
Dance Images is my daughter's home away from home. Not only has she been taught dance--but also discipline, compassion, teamwork and self respect. I cannot say enough about Debbie and all her staff.
Julie Campo, Parent