Special Olympics Continues to Offer Online Health and Fitness Resources to Athletes and Their Loved Ones

Athletes performing squats in a gym setting.
Special Olympics offers online health resources and fitness training videos.

Dr. Alicia Bazzano, Chief Health Officer for Special Olympics, was recently a guest on Health Professional Radio where she discussed the resources available on the Special Olympics website to help athletes and caregivers manage the uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the interview, she addressed the gap in healthcare for people with intellectual disabilities and discussed the School of Strength fitness video series made in conjunction with WWE.

Health Professional Radio (HPR) is an internet only radio platform distributed globally for in-hospital based environments to promote awareness on healthcare issues for health professionals.

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