Clinics for Athletes with Special Needs

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Dates Time Location Register By
November 24, 2019 1-2pm Moravian College
Johnston Hall
Nov. 10
January 19, 2020 1-2pm DeSales University
Billera Hall
Jan. 5

Our FREE clinics focus on the fundamentals of basketball in a fun, inclusive setting.  Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Famer, Traci Cyr, works with the head basketball coaches from each college and their players to teach skills and run rills with participants. Selected Via All-Stars from the current senior high school graduating class make up the clinic staff for the March clinic.

  • A parent or caregiver is asked to remain in the gym during the clinics.
  • Athletes will receive a complimentary basketball at the March clinic.

Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Fame & St. Luke’s Combine Clinic

Dates Time Location Register By
  • 10:30am – Check in
  • 11am-12:30pm – St. Luke’s Combine Clinic
  • 12:30-2pm – Hall of Fame Clinic
  • $20 per person

Presented by St. Luke’s Orthopedic Care, the Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Fame Combine Clinic is designed to excite kids about the game of basketball with age specific drills and fundamentals in a positive learning environment.

The clinic is for athletes from 3rd to 10th grade and features age specific ball handling drills, passing drills, defensive drills and shooting drills.

The Combine portion allows each athlete to individually showcase his/her talents at competitive skill stations that coaches and scouts use to find players for their basketball programs. Individual performance testing results are made available to all participants in attendance in a detailed report.

For more information, contact:
Special Events | 484-821-0024

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To comply with Governor Wolf’s mandate that non-essential businesses be closed and with guidance from the PA Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), that funds many of our programs, Small Group Employment, many Community Employment Services, Creative Expressions Adult Training Facility and Prevocational Workshop are closed for participants until the mandate is lifted. 

However, ODP has determined that home and community-based services are considered life-sustaining and are exempt from the Governor’s directive asking for the closure of all non-essential businesses.  Therefore, Via will provide limited Community Participation supports, In-Home services and Behavioral Support services.  As we learn more from ODP, coordinators will reach out to participants about services that are available.  We are reaching out to Via staff now to determine who can provide these services. 

Coordinators are working remotely and are available by email or phone to answer your questions.  Please contact your coordinator by email or phone if you need anything or email