Three staff members (smiling)

Dancing for Autism Celebrates Its 8th Year in Production

The collaboration between Vic D’Amore’s American Studio of Performing Arts and DDI is in its eighth year.  Proceeds from the event benefit our Adult Services programs.

Group of dancers performing on stage

Dancers took to the stage with numerous acts that featured performers of all abilities sharing their love of dance.  Light refreshments, basket auctions, and custom Dancing for Autism socks designed byJohn’s Crazy Socks were available for purchase.

“I would like to acknowledge the entire Adult Day Program recreation staff for putting on this unique and entertaining event to showcase the abilities of the people we serve,” commented John Lessard, DDI’s executive director. “It is an exciting process to watch the collaboration between DDI and Vic D’Amore’s dance studio and the sheer enjoyment of everyone involved.”

Special thanks to Vic D'Amore's American Studio of Performing Arts, all of the talented dancers, and our Dancing for Autism committee members for a spectacular evening.

Very special thanks also to our Dancing for Autism Sponsors.