of Special Olympics athletes work. They are 5 times more likely to work than adults with an intellectual disability not enrolled in Special Olympics.
now enrolled in both Active Start and FUNdamentals, two Special Olympics programs targeting children ages two to six years and seven to twelve years, respectively.
Special Olympics Canada (SOC) is proud to announce the launch of its Floor Hockey Coaching Module. This module can be taken as a stand-alone course or it may be combined with either the SOC Community Sport-Ongoing or Competition-Introduction course and is intended for floor hockey coaches of all levels. Special Olympics Canada generally only provides [...]Read More
TORONTO, ON, February 19, 2015 – Special Olympics Team Canada golfers Kyle Grummet, Kyle Koopman, Danny Peaslee, Lorrine Russell and Tess Trojan had the distinct pleasure of being invited to take part in a World Games golf training camp alongside Special Olympics Team USA golfers in Los Angeles, California. The athletes had the unique opportunity [...]Read More
Special Olympics Canada (SOC) is proud to announce the launch of its new online volunteer orientation course. This course is composed of three modules and is intended for all new volunteers to the movement in Canada. This course has been designed to educate new volunteers in three categories: a general introduction, risk management and working [...]Read More