What's New? What's Updated?
Here's a master list. Be sure to check the What's New section and the What's Updated section below.
- 50th Anniversary Resources - Videos: Download these videos to help with promoting the July 2018 kickoff of our 50th Anniversary celebration.
- 50th Anniversary Graphics and Videos: Graphics and video files that can be used to promote our 50th Anniversary.
- Visit SpecialOlympics50.org: Get the latest information on the 50th Anniversary celebration of Special Olympics.
- Resources for 2021 Winter Games: Special Olympics World Games are one of the most powerful and important vehicles for communicating to the world the abilities and gifts of people with intellectual disabilities (ID) and helping to achieve the vision of the Special Olympics Movement.
- 2016 Special Olympics Reach Report Infographic (PDF): This is a concise one-page version of the 2016 Reach Report.
- 2016 Special Olympics Reach Report 4-Page Infographic (PDF): This is a four-page version of the 2016 Reach Report.
- 2016 Special Olympics Reach Report Infographic (JPG): This is a concise one-page version of the 2016 Reach Report in JPG format.
- Sports Rules Article 1 in English, Chinese, Russian and Spanish: The official Special Olympics Sports Rules provide standards for Special Olympics training and competition. Sports Rules Article I provides general principles not found in the sport-specific rules and is essential knowledge for all people involved with Special Olympics sports. This page has Sports Rules Article 1 in Chinese, English, Russian and Spanish.
- Quick Reference Coaching Guide (English and translations): This is our basic guide to coaching athletes with intellectual disabilities. It focuses on some behaviors often associated with ID. The tips have been developed by coaches. They will help you to improve athlete learning and give them a more enjoyable Special Olympics sport experience.
- Athlete Centered Coaching Guide (English and translations): This is an introduction to coaching adults and children with intellectual disabilities, including a section on behaviors commonly associated with intellectual disabilities and effective strategies to improve athlete learning. It's available in Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.
- Healthy Communities Report Tracking Tool: This Excel spreadsheet helps 1- and 3-year grantees report on the health work they've done. Reports may be submitted on a 6- or 12-month cycle.
- Webinar Recording: 11 July 2017: A recording of the July 2017 Healthy Communities webinar. The topic was Tracking Health Outcomes and using the Report Tracking Tool.
- Webinar 11 July 2017 Meeting Notes: Meeting notes from the July 2017 Healthy Communities webinar.
- Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day Promo Resources: Get Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day promotional materials: toolkit, graphics, photos, videos and more.
- Webinar 13 June 2017 Meeting Notes: Agenda and meeting notes from the June 2017 Healthy Communities webinar in PDF.
- Webinar: Highlights from the Golisano 2016 Year-End Report: This 50-minute recording of the June 2017 Healthy Communities webinar covers highlights from the Golisano 2016 Year-End Report.
- PowerPoint Slides 13 June 2017: The PDF contains PowerPoint slides shown during the June 2017 Healthy Communities webinar.
- Healthy Hearing Overview Video: A quick overview of Special Olympics Health Hearing. Programs can use this 1 minute-19 second video to help recruit healthcare volunteers.
- Guide for New Parents of Children with ID: This is a resource guide to support parents and families of children newly diagnosed with intellectual disabilities.
- Football Rules in Chinese: These are the 2016 Football rules in Chinese.
- Overview of Healthy Hearing for Clinical Directors: This 12-minute video gives an overview of the role of a Healthy Hearing clinical director. It describes how Healthy Hearing screenings are run. It explains the value of good hearing to all athletes.
- Introduction to Healthy Hearing: This 1-minute, 19-second video briefly describes how Healthy Hearing screenings are run. It explains the value of good hearing to all athletes.
What's Been Updated?