Education is an important part of the work that we do at DanceAbility® International. We believe that education is a way to change people’s perceptions about disabilities, and learn new ideas about how to include all people in the arts. We are proud to offer an extensive menu of valuable educational materials, summarized below, including pictures, videos, web links, resource guides for parents and teachers, and an extensive bibliography. Please let us know about your experience with these resources, and contact us with comments and suggestions on how we can strengthen and improve our educational resources.
Join us infor a visual feast. Images of the work of DanceAbility® are available for your viewing pleasure, featuring work from many different countries including the U.S., Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
The DanceAbility®is the place to see DanceAbility® in action. The short video clips feature the work of DAI in different parts of the world and give you a chance to see how the method works in practice.
The Frequently Asked Question page is the place to find answers to frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Resources About and For Children with Disabilities
Parents, teachers and people who work with children of all ages will find the resources on this page invaluable. People who are interested in learning more about disabilities will find important references including magazines, internet-based resources, and book titles.
If you are interested in learning more about DanceAbility, mixed-dance/integrated dance, the history of this work, the work of Alito throughout the world, or if you are interested in doing research about dance and disabilities, our extensive bibliography will provide you with sources where you can find information about these topics and more.
DAI Alliances, Links and Resources
On this page you will find information about other dance companies in the U.S. and throughout the world that are also making important and valuable contributions to the field of mixed–abilities dance. Other resources include information and links to non-profits in the U.S. who are contributing to the arts.
The DAI Press Kit is available for immediate download in English and Spanish and includes a brief history of DAI, the Artistic Director’s biography, a summary of awards received and information about DanceAbility, the method.