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A new program is helping young people with special needs to play basketball

SBS Saturday, 24 October 2020
In just a few months, Melbourne’s HoopNow has signed up more than 35 families and five special needs schools. Its co-founder tells SBS News there’s more to the project than learning to play sport.
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