The School of Dance

Site: The School of Dance

Service: DragonFly for Learners with Down Syndrome

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Names
Alternate Name Dragon Fly Programme ; DragonFly ; Programme for Learners with Down Syndrome ; TSOD
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Ottawa (City of)
Address & Map
The School of Dance
200 Crichton St
Ottawa, ON K1M 1W2
 
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Intersection Crichton St and Dufferin Rd
Bus Route Notes OC Transpo OC Travel Planner or Route Timetable
Physical Access Not Accessible - stairs at the front of the building
Parking Free occasional parking on the street
Description and Services
Description (Service) Group learning programmes * one-on-one programming available
 
 
The following programmes include components of reading, mathematics and critical thinking skills:
 
 
DragonFly Beginners: interactive class for children and parents* in each class, participants work on early reading, language and counting skills
 
 
DragonFly Kindergarten: two-hour programme for children that teaches early reading, language, and counting skills * in each class, participants work on early reading and math, physical development through movement and music, and social skill support
 
 
DragonFly Primary Programme: half-day programme for students that focus on basic skills in language, mathematics, physical development, and social interactions
 
 
DragonFly Junior Programme: full-day programme for students that focus on basic skills in language, mathematics, physical development, and social interactions

 
 
DragonFly Senior Programme: full-day programme designed to meet the needs of older students that focuses on skills in language, mathematics, physical development, social skills, visual arts, and dance
 
 
DragonFly Mentorship Programme: programme designed for young adults to provide opportunities to discover and follow a path of employment based on their interest and skills
 
 
DragonFly Arts Summer Programmes: DragonFly Dance and DragonFly Visual Art
Hours Varies by course, call or visit the website for details.
Areas Served Ottawa (City of)
Eligibility Individuals with Down Syndrome 
* DragonFly Beginners: children 3 years and under 
* DragonFly Kindergarten: children 5 years and under 
* DragonFly Primary Programme: children 7-12 years old 
* DragonFly Junior Programme: children 12-18 years old 
* DragonFly Senior Programme: young adults 18 years and older 
* DragonFly Mentorship Programme: young adults 21 years and older 
* DragonFly Arts Summer Programmes: individuals 12 years and older
Application Call for more information * registration form available on the website
Languages English
Fees Program - information available on the website ; Method(s) of Payment Accepted - cash, cheque, debit card, Visa or MasterCard
Service Categories Arts and Crafts Instruction ~ Down Syndrome ; Dance Instruction ~ Down Syndrome ; Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs ~ Adolescents ~ Down Syndrome ; Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs ~ Children ~ Down Syndrome ; Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs ~ Infants/Toddlers ~ Down Syndrome ; Developmental Disabilities Day Habilitation Programs ~ Young Adults ~ Down Syndrome
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-238-7838
Fax 613-238-7839
E-Mail barbara@dragonflydownsyndrome.com
Website www.dragonflydownsyndrome.com
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Primary Contact Barbara Roblin, Director of Education, DragonFly, The School of Dance
Primary Executive Merrilee Hodgins, Artistic Director; Email: merrilee@theschoolofdance.ca
Other Details
Funding City / Town - City of Ottawa ; Provincial - Ontario Arts Council ; Donations - Charitable Registration Number: 119253391 RR0001
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