Victoria Moore was raised by a single Mom who taught tap dance, and she took that mantle when her Mom was injured at just age 17, continuing with a career as a professional dancer touring with Broadway musicals, and then returning to teaching. A single performance inspired her to make tap dance available to people with disabilities, or elderly people to inspire them and improve their cognitive abilities. She took her Mom’s choreography and created a book that is being published, called Tap Dance for All - Adapting Instruction for Disability and Mobility Impairment. The inquiry focused on purpose, and access — was there something your heart felt drawn to do, and you were able to do it? Or you don’t know what it is, and you find access? Check the calendar of Events at www.peacealliance.org - join us at our next Hope Story Circle and share your emerging stories!