Dance and Autism
Starting in 2024, the Quand on Danse program will launch a series of activities focused on dance and its benefits for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Several scientific studies, shared with us by CRAL (Autism Resources Center Liège), converge towards the idea that dance is a source of well-being, both psychologically and physically. It notably helps improve the quality of life for patients with this disorder and fosters connections.
This subject has been close to our hearts for a long time, and we have decided to initiate this program, which will revolve around various aspects, including the implementation of dance discovery workshops for individuals with ASD.
To participate in the workshops
Participation is possible upon prior registration via the form below.
The Mossoux-Bonté Company, known for its inclusive experiences, organizes dance workshops for children, teenagers, and adults with autism spectrum disorder.
Each workshop, lasting 50 minutes and conducted in French, can accommodate up to 5 participants. There will be two workshops in the morning (10:00-10:50 and 11:10-12:00) for children, and two in the afternoon (13:00-13:50 and 14:10-15:00) dedicated to adolescents and adults, respectively.
A relaxation area will be provided for accompanying individuals to wait comfortably while the participant is in the workshop.
To support this project
These workshops, organized at the Mosa Ballet School, are free for participants thanks to the generosity of donors.
The development of this program has been made possible, in part, thanks to contributions. These donations are essential to maintain and expand our inclusive activities.
Whether you are an institution or an individual, if this project interests you, we are available to answer your questions, particularly with regard to potential future collaborations.