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This book addresses an extensive range of contextual and practical elements associated with arts and disability, including making dance sessions inclusive, nonverbal communication, evaluation processes and disability legislation.


Dance and disabled people handbook


Pathway to practice for dance leaders working with disabled people
by Isabel Jones

If you lead dance with disabled people in any context, this book is for you. Isabel Jones, Artistic Director of Salamanda Tandem, has a wealth of knowledge and experience that makes this book invaluable to those working in this area of community dance. Isabel has called upon the experiences of disabled dance artists to spark debate and help you reflect on how you deliver person-centred values in your dance leading practice.

The book addresses an extensive range of contextual and practical elements associated with arts and disability including making dance sessions inclusive, nonverbal communication, evaluation processes and disability legislation.

Contributions to the book include those from:
  • Caroline Bowditch
  • Lewis Jones
  • DJ from Corali
  • Sarah Scott
  • David Toole
  • Lisa Simpson
  • Adam Benjamin
  • Alito Alessi
  • Tom Shakespeare
  • Kevin Hodgetts
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