Dance studio fulfills longtime dream for man with dyslexia

08/21/2009 | WRGB-TV (Albany, N.Y.)

An Albany, N.Y., man says dyslexia didn't hold him back from opening his own dance school. David Wolf started the Saratoga Savoy dance studio in 2002, inspired by a long appreciation of the activity. Wolf says he's always found ways to work around his learning disability, which makes it hard for him to differentiate right from left. He feels his attitude influenced his clientele, which has included two students who cannot see.

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