We've all seen in the milongas of Buenos Aires people dancing with "different" abilities.
It's the love and passion of tango that keep people dancing with broken arms, bandaged knees, Parkinson's, blindness, deafness, lots of differently abled people. I used to dance with a man who left his cane at my table when he took me out on the floor to dance. Maybe he couldn't walk well, but he sure could dance!
I've seen people too with Down's Syndrome, but until now I didn't know there were specific classes in Argentina teaching them tango at the Amar Institute.
And here's a young woman dancing stage tango:
Truly, Tango Especial! Bravo!