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-- -- It is may seem like any ordinary basketball practice but these children have some unique challenges and special needs.
They don't think that there's an -- like and then they come here just like.
Finally you just like me altogether.
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That's something that hits close to home for mighty -- -- at twelve year veteran with the Harlem wizards basketball team has some.
Well diagnosed with epilepsy at -- -- two when Mike was sixteen he had a seizure at a sports camp.
I was told to go home and not come back in 2005.
He decided that no child should feel like they couldn't -- -- of the game.
So he created the balance out this stigma project.
We really hope to get kids there in the middle of the road and I mean the -- -- -- is the kids that are forgotten.
There's an autism ADV ADHD epilepsy diabetes socialists whose compensation there's no programs in this case.
Doctor Walter -- off -- chief of pediatric neurology at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York says he explores how many benefits for children with special needs.
These children have to develop -- motor skills -- -- gross motor skills.
It helps them with their exercise it helps the fitness.
It helps the socialization.
Interaction you want them to have the same experiences.
As -- siblings as they have friends who don't have their challenges that they have.
Those are the changes that -- was right as seen in fourteen year old daughter Rebecca who is on the spectrum.
There have been a part of the program for six years she's really grown socialite.
She's -- in her scales she -- I think she capable of doing things and she can taint the company in fact she had tissue can take his skill she had hair.
And she can -- and -- -- at all.
And it's it's going to be a good experience she's excited that she's excited about.
And that to me means -- to find out more information visit -- -- that stigma Donald.
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