The Healthy Hearing discipline of Healthy Athletes provides comprehensive hearing screenings and follow-up recommendations. The main goals of this program are to inform athletes, parents, coaches or caregivers about the detection of possible ear and hearing problems, recommend follow-up as needed, and to promote the necessity of regular ear and hearing screenings.
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- Fact Sheets (PDF): Global | United States
- How to Volunteer with Healthy Athletes (webpage)
- Clinical Director Role (webpage)
- Volunteer Recruitment Templates (DOCX)
- Health Professional Training: Special Olympics has developed training for healthcare providers on working with people with intellectual disabilities. These free e-learning courses are available online. This interactive learning experience arms healthcare providers with the knowledge and understanding of how to be more inclusive as it relates to health programming and services.
MANUALS AND GUIDES
- Clinical Director Manual (PDF)
- Healthy Hearing Training (PDF)
- Healthy Hearing volunteer Training Manual (PDF)
- No Pass Recommendation Form - English (PDF)
- No Pass Recommendation Forms Translated (webpage)
- Pass Recommendation Form - English (PDF)
- Pass Recommendation Forms Translated (webpage)
Virtual Healthy Hearing
EVENT RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT
Healthy Athletes Software (HAS) and Legal Forms
Equipment and Supply Lists
- Equipment and Supply List (PDF)
- Sample Venue Layout (PDF)
- Equipment Request Form (webpage)
- Healthy Athlete Master Equipment List (PDF): A list of supplies that can be requested from Special Olympics for your Healthy Athletes event.
Clinical Director Post Event Survey
MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
ADDITIONAL RELATED RESOURCES
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