American DanceWheels Foundation (ADF) has developed a book of steps for you. The steps have been written for one person using a wheelchair and one standing partner. Now you can rumba, cha cha, hustle, salsa, fox trot, and tango to real steps using your everyday manual or power wheelchair. The origin of these steps come from the traditional, able-bodied dance syllabus and requires all of the elements of dance like rhythm, connection, and lead and follow.
The dancers at ADF no longer sit on the sidelines at nightclubs or weddings. Men learn to lead their partners and women learn to follow so that you are able to dance with anyone, anywhere, anytime.
ADF has trained teachers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Connecticut, North Carolina, Maryland, Ohio, Kentucky, Canada, and the UK. New instructors are scheduled to attend our bi-yearly training in locations like California and New York.