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I believe that all people should have equal opportunities. Organizations like Special Olympics help support people with intellectual disabilities develop self-confidence, social skills and a sense of personal accomplishment. In life, we all need a level playing field. Please join me in supporting organizations like Special Olympics.

11 Facts About Special Olympics
Understanding how supporting Special Olympics can impact someone's life is a important first step in helping the cause.
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11 Facts about Intellectual Disabilities and Special Olympics
Joe ran in support of Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) in San Antonio, Texas on August 13th, 2009. Here are some facts about intellectual disabilities and the Special Olympics. ... Read More
Brush up on disability etiquette, then school your friends!
Some tips to help you deal with the extra details that may come along with having a friend or classmate who's disabled. ... Read More
Encourage and Support the Disabled
Help those with disabilities discover their potential. ... Read More
Get unified: join the team!
Find out how you can join, coach, or mentor a Special Olympics team near you! ... Read More
Host a game of Goalball
This game includes people of all degrees of visual impairment. It's also just a great challenge for anyone. ... Read More
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