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If you wish to donate something other than money please go to the CASI website, click on 'SUBMIT A TICKET', then click on 'DONORS, SPONSORS AND PARTNERS' and then fill out the appropriate information for what you'd like to donate. The link to submittin...
Special Olympics and Paralympics are two separate and distinct organizations. SPECIAL OLYMPICS: provides sport training and competition opportunities for individuals with different levels of INTELLECTUAL disabilities. PARALYMPICS: provides sports...
Annual membership fees will not be charged to athletes for ongoing programs. However, participation fees may be charged to help offset specific program costs and particular competitions may charge a registration fee. Athletes will not be denied...
Welcome to Google Apps @ Special Olympics Ontario Please keep the following in mind when using Google Apps for the first time: Logging In To access your account please follow the link below: MAIL.SPECIALOLYMPICSONTARIO.CA [1] (on the home screen you ...
Special Olympics Ontario is a community-based program. Its primary instrument of program delivery is through the local sport clubs, which gives athletes the opportunity to train and compete all year long. Invitational and Regional competitions occur...
An intellectual disability is characterized by significant limitations both in intellectual functioning and in adaptive behavior as expressed in conceptual, social, and practical adaptive skills. This disability originates before age 18. "Intellectu...
Special Olympics is a world-wide program providing sports training and competition for people with an intellectual disability. Sport Canada recognizes the Special Olympics organization as the main provider of these services to people whose primary diag...
The mission statement of Special Olympics Ontario is as follows: TO PROVIDE YEAR-ROUND SPORTS TRAINING AND ATHLETIC COMPETITION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES. For more information on the mission statement for Special Olympics, click...
Special Olympics Ontario has a set guideline on what language is appropriate and inappropriate when speaking to/about an individual with an intellectual disability. 'Person first' terminology demonstrates respect for the individual first. The indivi...
The available sports programs offered may vary from community to community but the sport programs offered in Ontario are: WINTER SPORTS: Alpine Skiing, Curling, Figure Skating, Floor Hockey, Nordic Skiing, Snowshoeing, Speed Skating SPRING SPORTS...
Our toll free number is 1-888-333-5515 Depending on the type of question you have, you can call our staff who may be able to answer your question. For contact information of Staff, please click on the link below: http://www.specialolympicsonta...
An individual with an intellectual disability is eligible to participate in Special Olympics Programs. An "Intellectual Disability" refers to substantial limitation in present functioning. An intellectual disability is characterized by significant limi...
If the person (male or female) is eight years of age or older and is identified by an agency or professional as having an intellectual disability, then that person is eligible to participate as an athlete in Special Olympics. If the person is identif...
If the Events Registration page does not let you register for an event, it may be because you... - Have used the same email address for multiple athletes - Have used the same email address for an athlete and a coach - Have already used that pa...
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