Despite proven benefits, there is a significant limitation for children with developmental disabilities to participate in community and movement-based programs alongside their age-matched peers. As programs begin to assimilate an inclusive approach, the need for appropriate training and knowledge brokering for optimal outcomes becomes apparent in order to meet the needs of all participants. The audience will be introduced to National Dance Institute's (NDI) Dancers Realize Excellence through Arts and Movement (DREAM) Project. The NDI DREAM Project has begun an evidence-based conversation on diverse and included class instruction with specialized pedagogy that supports a collaborative environment focused on celebrating the individual child. This inclusion-based program, including collaboration between pediatric physical therapist and teaching artist, was born out of NDI’s renowned pedagogy, developed over the past 42 years. This session will highlight intra-professional collaboration and strategies learned from the NDI DREAM Project specific to programming that promotes inclusion and participation for all. Audience members are encouraged to identify strategies to implement community-based programming beyond their typical scope of practice. Participation for pediatric clients, especially those with complex diagnoses, is the end goal.