Health and Family Resources

Comprehensive Resources

Family Health Forums provide a space for the families and caregivers of people with intellectual disabilities to engage with health professionals, community leaders and social service providers. The Forums introduce new families to Special Olympics and services provided through Healthy Athletes®, Young Athletes and other community-based programs for people with intellectual disabilities, while also surfacing challenges that athletes and families face and how best to overcome them—with a special focus on bettering access to health care, education and inclusive activities.

Advocacy sites:

Emotional Wellness sites:

All family members and guests of families are expected to abide by this code of conduct.

Support Your Athlete

Support Your Athlete

Family members are Special Olympics athlete’s biggest fans, in addition to serving many key roles with the organization.  Family members serve as coaches, volunteers, fundraisers, and committee members.

New to Special Olympics? Learn more about how to register a family member to compete in Special Olympics.

If you are interested in competing alongside your family member, learn more about Unified Sports.

Want to attend the next state-level event? Click on the calendar or interactive map to learn about the competitions and find directions to venues, a schedule of the event, and much more information.

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