Whether you are in a health care or other professional environment or just having a personal conversation, consider these basic rules for communicating with a person with an intellectual disability.
A video overview of Special Olympics, its history and major programs – and how, through the power and joy of sports, Special Olympics is creating a world of inclusion and respect.
In this video, we see that Unified Sports is about playing together and appreciating players of all abilities; “It’s one of the most important aspects of what we do in Special Olympics.”
In this brief message, soccer player Barry Cairns talks about what it's like to be a Special Olympics athlete.
The Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Program empowers athletes to play well and live healthy.
Our Healthy Communities initiative is aimed at helping children and adults with intellectual disabilities around the world lead healthier, more active lives.
Celebrities agree: Unified Sports brings out the strengths in every player.
Special Olympics is bringing together people with intellectual disabilities from all around the world, along with family members, coaches and volunteers.
Special Olympics is a sports organization, but it's also far more. Through a variety of innovative programs and the involvement of passionate volunteers, Special Olympics transforms lives.
This video talks of all of the talents of Special Olympics athletes the world hasn't seen. Narrated by Loretta Claiborne.
In this unscripted video, Special Olympics athletes and youth leaders describe what it all means to them.
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