with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics programs.
of Special Olympics athletes work. They are 5 times more likely to work than adults with an intellectual disability not enrolled in Special Olympics.
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
In case you missed it last night, the Rick Mercer Report featuring SOC Team Canada athletes can be viewed on the CBC website here – http://ow.ly/FiApg AND it will be re-aired this Friday, December 5 at 8:30 PM! Make sure to check it out!Read More
TORONTO, November 28, 2014 – Special Olympics Canada is proud to announce Olympic bronze medalist Jan Hudec as the latest member of its Champions Network, which is a group of celebrity athlete supporters that use their profile to support the Special Olympics movement across Canada. To mark Jan’s addition to The Champions Network, Special Olympics [...]Read More