Get Active, More Often: Basketball

July 31, 2022

11:00 am – 1:00 pm (VIC)

Trinity Grammar School
40 Charles Street, Kew

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A collaboration with Sport Inclusion Australia, promoting sport and sport pathways for people with Down syndrome.


Join Down Syndrome Victoria for the launch of Get Active, More Often in conjunction with Sport Inclusion Australia.


Date: Sunday 31 July 2022

Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm (VIC)


Trinity Grammar School

40 Charles Street, Kew

About the event

Our Get Active, More Often program is here!

Launching this July, the program will promote a different sport, activity and sporting pathway every second month. At each activity you will:

  • meet the State Sporting Association
  • learn some new skills
  • build connections
  • hear about some sporting opportunities and pathways.

First up, you can trial HoopNow a basketball program which provides a safe and supportive environment for people with disabilities. HoopNow is a program that works to develop skills and social engagement.

This activity is for adults with Down syndrome aged 18 years and over who are members of Club21. New members welcome.

You’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Come and try basketball at Trinity Grammar School
  • Learn some new basketball skills
  • Meet representatives from DSV, Sport Inclusion Australia and Basketball Victoria
  • Meet Australian Pearls player Evie Patterson!
  • Learn about inclusive sporting pathways for people with a disability.

Register below.

To Register

To register for this event you must be a Club21 member. Club21 membership is free.

Register or inquire by emailing Helen More at


Facilitated by

Jordan Sandler

Jordan Sandler with his best friend Matt Walker founded HoopNow. Both have been involved with basketball most of their lives. Jordan and Matt strongly believe that every child and young person of any ability deserves to have the same opportunity to participate and thrive in a team sports environment.

Jordan and Matt understand there are many barriers to inclusion for children and young people living with a disability and this is how HoopNow was launched.


Find out more about our Get Active, More Often program here or contact Debby Fraumano directly on 9486 9600 or

A ‘Get Active, More Often’ interview with Jenny Bowden, Debby Fraumano & basketball player David Holowko

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