On the world stage.

Its hard to believe that it was 2 years ago that our Central Coast performance team were training hard for the World Latin Dance Cup! It was such a special time for everyone involved.


Our dancers were involved with weekly rehearsals and media releases whilst our wonderful Perform-Ability parents and carers got together for a number of huge fundraising events and meetings to plan the trip of a lifetime overseas! With the help of many dance schools, generous donations online and amazing fundraisers by our local community, we managed to raise over $35,000 and get our team to Orlando. We even managed to take a quick trip to Disneyland!

Each year, we line up incredible performance opportunities for our students in various locations across NSW. The joy a performer feels onstage in front of an audience is like no other and we are passionate about sharing that joy with everyone.

We talk a lot about the benefits of dance and music but the FUN of it is just as important and the smiles we see on our students faces when they perform is absolutely priceless.

Keep an eye out for our students as we will be hitting the stage again very soon!

Source: http://www.nbnnews.com.au/2017/09/16/perfo...

International Day for People with Disability

There are always so many wonderful events in Australia each December as we celebrate IDPwD within our communities.

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This year, we were a part of the Blacktown Picnic in the Park where we celebrated our differences, our abilities and our talents.

Our superstar soloist dancer, Matthew Lloyd, travelled from the Central Coast to perform his Bruno Mars solo and wowed the crowds. Home Care Heroes and Miss Miranda followed his performance with their dance workshops where the audience got involved and showed Blacktown the biggest dance party they have ever seen (we like to think!).

It was such a fantastic day of performances, activities and more by local service providers and businesses, all showing their support for IDPwD.