Icandance is a London based charity which offers dance and performance opportunitites to children and young people with varying disabilities, including wheelchair users.
“icandance believes that everyone, regardless of disability, can access their own creativity through dance. We believe that dance enhances confidence and emotional wellbeing” Juliet Diener, Founder & Principal
We have developed a unique approach to dance which encourages creativity and integrates the use of specialised educational methods, developmental movement, expressive dance, therapeutic interventions and ballet technique. This approach encourages creativity, fosters social interaction and builds confidence.
Juliet is a Ballet Teacher (AISTD), Special Needs Teacher (HDE & Feuerstein Method) and a Senior Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist (MA, SRDMP). She combines her love for dance, and her expertise within special and mainstream education and therapeutic settings to create a fun, social and educational approach to dance.
Members of the icandance team are specialists in dance, special education and dance movement psychotherapy or other related fields. Icandance is managed by Trustees who combine a range of skills in commerce, finance, creative industries and social support services. Some of our Trustees are parents of young people with disabilities.
icandance aims to:
- To provide dance and movement opportunities to children and young people with varying disabilities.
Established: February 2010
Registered Charity Number: 1137695
Board members: 6
Part time staff: 10
Phone number: 020 8444 1707
Address: Green Man Community Centre N2 9BAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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