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Mission Statement
"The mission of the Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community."
What We Do
Sports Achievements
  World Games
  National Games
  Healthy Athletes
  Young Athletes
  Unified Sports
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Special Olympics Athlete Leadership Programs allow athletes to explore opportunities for greater participation in our movement beyond sports training and competition: as coaches, officials, team captains, spokespeople and Board and committee members

These leadership roles give maturing athletes a voice in shaping the Special Olympics movement, and a chance to spread the word about the remarkable transformations Special Olympics can bring about in individuals and families. Athlete Leadership Programs also provide a way for athletes to showcase talents and interests that may have gone unnoticed

Through involvement with Athlete Leadership Programs, athletes can learn how to speak persuasively; interview with the media; mentor and speak up for other athletes; discuss their opinions on policy and governance; analyze financial reports; and research and prepare for fundraising events
Young Athletes
The Young Athlete program (YAP) is designed to introduce children ages two through seven to the benefits of sports involvement, and to prepare them for competitions when they are 8 years of age. This program is solely participation based, there is no competition.

‘Young Athletes’ is a sports play program designed to address two specific levels of play.

Level 1 includes physical activities focus on developing fundamental motor and tracking skills, and Eye-hand coordination play.

Level 2 concentrates on the application of these physical activities through a sports skills activity program and developing skills, consistent with Special Olympics Sports Play.
The YAP program has many benefits for the child as well as the family. The marked benefits for the child, in addition to a sports foundation, are :
An increase in coordination and strength
Awareness of self worth and self confidence.
What YOU Can Do    
Donate money to keep Special Olympics programs going.
Get in touch with Special Olympics near you to see what you can do to help.
Contribute five minutes to take the pledge to stop using "retard" as an insult.
Know someone with an intellectual disability? Refer them to a Special Olympics program nearby
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