Named Footy Champs, the program is aimed at children of all abilities who may not fit into a mainstream team.
Footy Champs coaching co-ordinator Floyd Sullivan said the 10-week program was open for kids aged 6-16 to be involved in skill development drills and modified games.
�The program is about creating an opportunity for all kids to be part of AFL and a club community, while learning about the game in a fun and safe environment,� he said.
�Typically the program is for kids who have varying levels of intellectual disabilities such as autism.
�But we cater for everyone and finetune our programs to suit.�
The program started last month at Scott Street Reserve in High Wycombe. Contact Floyd Sullivan: 0487 776 022, or email fsullivan@|alosca.com.au.