To imagine what it would be like in someone else’s shoes. To take on a new point of view to better understand someone’s feelings & actions.
The ability to understand how someone feels due to a shared connection.
To strengthen a connection with someone by showing trust, respect, communication, and more. This can sometimes take social courage.
Using information to make choices that can help solve problems in society and benefit and include diverse people!
Special Olympics carries the same values as Eunice, and passes on the skills needed to support future change makers. Everyday youth, coaches, educators, and more are sharing stories & perspectives, they are developing relationships, and they are taking social courage to promote inclusive mindsets & communities.