LUKE HANCOCK & CARDINAL FRIENDS BASKETBALL CLINIC FOR KIDS WITH ASD

Luke Hancock & Cardinal Friends Basketball Clinic for Kids with ASD
Saturday,  July 15 from 10:00 to 12:00
Middletown Christian Church
500 Watterson Trail
Louisville, KY 40243

 

Luke Hancock & Friends together with Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) of Louisville will host a basketball skills clinic for children ages 9-15 with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD at Middletown Christian Church on Saturday, July 15 from 10AM-12:00PM.

“Learning and practicing athletic skills is good exercise that many autistic kids do not get,” said Deborah Morton, Executive Director of FEAT of Louisville. “ The clinic will not only teach basketball basic skills, but will also provide activity, socialization opportunities and fun for our kids.”

Luke Hancock, U of L 2013 NCAA champion and the 2013 Final Four Most Outstanding Player, along with his friends and volunteers will be on the court teaching children the basics of the sport, including how to dribble, shoot and pass. It will be geared toward the fun of playing the game rather than the competitive nature.

Luke Hancock, 2013 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player, & his Cardinal Friends will lead a basketball clinic for children with ASD.

  • Ages 9-18
  • No experience necessary
  • Practice – passing, dribbling and shooting
  • Great FUN & Excercise!
  • Limited space available

 

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