Benefits of sports for kids with disabilities

Benefits of sports for kids with disabilities
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Benefits of sports for kids with disabilities

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Ever since I was a baby I loved playing sports, I mean my first word was "Ball". My dad got me a little hoop to play around with. In the moment I'm playing sports it makes me feel really good and its one place where I can go outside, shoot hoops and its just so fun to me. Maybe some kids sit at home all day playing video games but yes, I like video games but I like to go outside and play and shoot some hoops. I was a 2 year old shouting "Coby" at a Lakers game and I've always loved sports.

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