Got a dancer in your family?
Debbie Werbrouck School of Dance & Music will be offering new Adaptive Dance classes on Saturdays this fall. The classes, geared to students with autism or Down syndrome, will provide such benefits as balance, coordination, rhythm, body awareness, socialization, focus and self-confidence — all through the fun of dance.
Antonette Patino will teach the classes. In addition to her dance training, Antonette worked previously in an autism center. She also is working toward a degree in Special Education at IUSB.
Dance class details
The first session will run for 12 weeks, beginning Saturday, September 8. Two classes will be offered, both at the South Bend location, 3466 Douglas Road.
- Class 1 — Dancers ages 7 to 10 will attend from 9:30 to 10 a.m. Tuition costs $150, payable in three $50 installments, or receive a 5 percent discount for full payment.
- Class 2 — Dancers ages 11-15 will attend from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Tuition costs $165, payable in three $55 installments, or receive a 5 percent discount for full payment.
For more information, please call 574-247-1590 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org