Special Olympics has competitions, programs and initiatives all around the world, every day of the year. Here's a look at what it's all about.
Eunice y Rosemary
50 Game Changers Espanol
La relación entre Eunice Kennedy Shriver y su hermana Rosemary Kennedy formó las raíces de todo el movimiento Olimpiadas Especiales. Descubre la increíble y especial relación que ayudó a crear la visión de una mujer por un mundo de inclusión.
RJ Nealon interviewing Kevin Negandhi; both are sitting down at a table.
RJ Nealon interviews ESPN Sports Anchor, Kevin Negandhi at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games.
Play Unified : Learn Unified
To celebrate the impact of our 1 year partnership with @snforg, we’re excited to announce that over 13,000 new athletes have been engaged through Unified Sports! Learn more about the Play Unified : Learn Unified project, which is focused on creating schools and communities of inclusion: #learnunified #UnifiedGeneration
Special Olympics Rayka Zehtabchi 2020 USA Games Mini Documentary
Five-minute Mini-Documentary filed during a three day work shop to develop the USA 2020 Games logo and visual elements directed by Academy Award Winning Iranian-American filmmaker Rayka Zehtabchi.
Danielle Liebl
50 Game Changers Espanol
Incentivada por vivencias personales de su infancia con discapacidad intelectual, Danielle Liebl emergió como atleta y líder del movimiento de Olimpiadas Especiales. Su labor con Olimpiadas Especiales la inspiró a convertirse en la más grande defensora de personas con discapacidad intelectual—una abogada. Ven y descubre la historia de Danielle y su transformación en una campeona de la Revolución de la Inclusión.
SHAPEAmerica and Special Olympics
SHAPEAmerica and Special Olympics
Watch this video describing the partnership between Special Olympics and SHAPE America and the importance of Unified Physical Education.
Special Olympics Summer Sounds
Special Olympics and Starkey Hearing Foundation Partnership Bring the Gift of Hearing to World Games Athletes.
Kayla McKeon
Kayla McKeon is changing laws and attitudes as the first registered lobbyist with Down syndrome. As the Manager of Grassroots Advocacy with the National Down Syndrome Society, Kayla brings her personal story to the Nation’s Capital. When she’s not changing laws for millions just like her, Kayla is a Special Olympics New York athlete. No matter what you give Kayla, a ball or a bill, she’s going to run with it. And you better watch her because she can run fast!