Opportunities for individuals with disabilities and special needs
Carolina Dance Collaborative is passionate about sharing our love for movement with individuals with special needs. Thanks to the Barbara Stone Foundation and partnering with Greenville County Disabilities and Special Needs Board, we are offering a variety of adaptive opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
Weekly Classes (CONNECT)
Saturday classes for individuals with disabilities. In these classes we will have fun learning different styles of dance, creating our own movement, and how to effectively work with others. This year long program will culminate in a final spring performance. A sibling is welcomed to attend ifdesired.
Every Saturday Morning September 3, 2016 until May 6, 2017 10:30am- 11:30am: all ages Cost: $50 per month or $15 at the door for one class
Location: First Baptist Greenville 847 Cleveland St. Greenville
Adaptive christmas flash mob
FLASH MOB NOW BEING PERFORMED IN DOWNTOWN GREENVILLE. It's the most wonderful time of the year! We loved having our disabilities community join us in our annual Adaptive Flash Mob. We were the opening performance for the Downtown Greenville's Holiday Happenings Christmas Parade. We have this event every year so be on the look out to join us next year for Christmas 2018.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS THAT MAKE OUR 2017 EVENT POSSIBLE! Barbara Stone Foundation Time to Taste Catering Clemson ONE Downtown Greenville Holiday Happenings First Baptist Greenville This is an annual event, JOIN US EVERY CHRISTMAS Want to know more? Read about it in our Blog
Special education residencies in greenville county high schools
CDC receives annual funding from the Barbara Stone Foundation to work alongside special education high schoolers in the Greenville County Public Schools. 4 Schools are chosen both in the Fall and Spring semesters to participate in 5 weeks of lessons that finishes with a large performance of all involved schools. It's a special opportunity for our students and having the chance to perform on stage is an exciting experience for everyone involved. Peer tutors and teachers play a large role in the project and also join us onstage to assist our SpEd performers. Watch the video below to learn more about it.
Inclusive summer camps
All individuals with special needs are also welcome to join our summer camps for a week of movement fun, crafts, and snacks certified by Livewell Greenville. For past 2017 summer camps please click HERE; more information concerning Summer 2018 will be out in the new year..
Invite us to come to your facility to work with your individuals to give them a fun sense of self expression and community! Contact us to learn more and to book your sessions today.
Greenville County Schools (Berea High, Eastside High, Riverside High, JL Mann High)
Recess at Caine Halter YMCA
Shape of Behavior
Mobile Dance Outreach Non-profit
To engage the Carolinas with quality dance education through community driven collaborations.