Amputees learn ballroom moves through Embrace Dance Project

05/13/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A Pennsylvania couple has created a nonprofit, called the Embrace Dance Project, that offers free dance lessons two or three times a month to those with amputations and other disabilities. The biggest challenge for instructors has been teaching above-knee amputees how to step backward, said co-founder Dr. Anthony Kirby, who hopes to expand the project to individuals with other gait dysfunctions.

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