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Creating an inclusive world
North America has nearly 800k athletes participating in more than 30 sports offered by Special Olympics. It is home to athletes from Canada, the Caribbean and the United States. Special Olympics is dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition.
Carla and Catalina
Ages: 25 and 18, Argentina
Project name: Closer Than Ever
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Carla and Catalina are using Microsoft Teams to bring Special Olympics athletes together in workshops that focus on physical and emotional wellbeing.
“This project taught me to help others. And helping others makes me feel valued.”
Khady and Kiné
Ages: 25 and 22, Senegal
Project name: Cuisine Santé (Healthy Cooking)
Since a nutritious diet is so important but sometimes challenging for athletes, Kiné and Khady share healthy recipes on their live cooking shows.
“I was supposed to be the boss, but now she’s teaching me.”
“I learn until I master it.”
Karina and Alejandro
Ages: 25 and 16, Costa Rica
Project name: TIPT – Trabajo Inclusivo Para Todos (Inclusive Work for All)
Because she’s struggled to find work herself, Karina was eager to help Alejandro with his idea—an app that connects Special Olympics athletes in Costa Rica with employers looking to hire.
“It’s been difficult for me to get a job, because companies treat people with intellectual disabilities differently.”
Gersi, Ina, and Leo
Ages: 20, 20, and 20, Albania
Project name: Get Healthy Together
Using Microsoft Teams to connect five different schools for students with intellectual disabilities, these Special Olympics global youth leaders taught peers and teachers about healthy lifestyle choices, including proper exercise and nutrition.
“I get emotional when these children, especially those with Down syndrome, look at me as a role model.”
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