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‘Step in the Right Direction’ Celebrates 10 Years of Dance

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This Friday 30th April, Anna Kennedy Online, a leading autism charity, is celebrating ‘Step in the Right Direction Dance Day’, and this year they are excited to be in their 10th year.

‘We all know the positive benefits of dance for children and adults on the autism spectrum and it is good for their mental health and well-being, and boosts those feel-good endorphins,’ says Anna Kennedy OBE.

This year once again Anna Kennedy is asking you to get your dancing shoes on and the lovely Kristina Rihanoff has kindly offered to support the charity and celebrate their 10th year.

Please watch the video below and put on your dancing shoes and join in and finish it off with your own creativity dance steps and have some fun.

Please share your videos across social media and use the hashtag #AKODanceDay and tag Anna on Twitter @Annakennedy1, on Facebook at Anna Kennedy Online, or Instagram @AnnakennedyOBE 

The 10 best videos will receive a ‘Dance Likes No One Is Watching‘ Born Anxious t-shirt or dance vest .

Charity supporters Jake Wood, Sandi Bogle, Robin Windsor, and Tanya Foy sent special messages and congratulations. The Chairty also sends a massive thank you to Kristina Rihanoff for the dance routine and steps.


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