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Content Item - BusyFeet - Expanding Horizons with Dance

BusyFeet is an activity designed to create a special place for children with disabilities through dance and music. Everyone is respected for their individual ability, with ‘one on one’ support offered with entrance by Voluntary Gold Coin.

BusyFeet Stonnington began in February 2012 and has proven a great success.

BusyFeet is now a District Endorsed project of the Rotary Club of Chadstone East Malvern and has a Multi Club District Committee.

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Content Item - Busy people create BusyFeet for kids

Four years ago Lin Hughes, of Chadstone/East Malvern Rotary Club, Melbourne, was half-listening to the Saturday morning TV. She heard Lucy Ricardo from Waverley talking about how her 11-year-old with Down’s Syndrome was enjoying special dance classes for children with disabilities.

Living close to Waverley Road, she was intrigued, although finding out that Lucy was actually in Waverley NSW was just the impetus she needed to start a similar program here in Melbourne.

Topics: busyfeet,  community service,  rotary club of chadstone east malverm,  disability,  dance


Content Item - Busy Feet

Dance program for Children with a Disability designed to create a special place for children aged 6 to 16 by exploring their natural love of movement and music through dance. It is conducted in a fun, safe environment where everyone feels special and is respected for their individual ability and children receive one on one support.

Topics: busyfeet,  community support,  community service,  disability,  dance