Paralympian Kate Doughty says Dylan Alcott's Get Skilled Access program is going to "increase participation of people with disability into mainstream sports, clubs and schools". The Sports For All program has been launched through Get Skilled Access which was founded by OAM three time paralympian gold medallist and nine time tennis grand slam champ Dylan Alcott. Ms Doughty told Sky News on Tuesday it is "so important" to allow everyone the opportunity to play sport because there "is a bit of a stigma around that it might be too hard or people cant really assist people with a disability but it is the total opposite". Image: News Corp Australia

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