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Inclusive Health

Along with training to compete in swimming at the 2022 USA Games, Eric and his family have made family fitness a priority with the help of Special Olympics Fitness programming.
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Everyone’s health needs should be included in the healthcare system, and people with intellectual disabilities deserve to have access to a healthcare environment that best addresses their specific health needs.
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Kayla Cornell is the head chef in her cooking class for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
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Herith Suleiman deeply understands the needs of people with intellectual disabilities. Why? Because Herith himself has intellectual disabilities.
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This work is crucial, especially in the continuing fight to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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When Fahsai Saejang was born, her diagnosis—Down Syndrome and a hole in her heart—came as a shock.
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Starkey and Special Olympics, the international non-profit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of people with intellectual disabilities through sport, health and education programming, signed a global partnership agreement today that increases access to hearing health services worldwide for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
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Special Olympics athletes, organization leaders, Unified Sports partners, family members, and supporters from across the United States will engage virtually on February 9 and 10 for Special Olympics’ annual “Capitol Hill Day.”
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Abdul-Jillil gets ready to host her "Afternoons with Ayesha" segment, helping athletes stay fit and connected virtually.
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Ahead of the International Day of People with Disabilities, Special Olympics—with support from Golisano Foundation—convened global experts to discuss the policies, practices and programming that are urgently needed to eradicate the gross health disparities that exist for people with intellectual disabilities.
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