When brothers, sisters, parents, grandparents and others get involved in Special Olympics, they join millions of family
members who not only support their loved ones, but also find a support structure themselves. Sometimes having a family
member with intellectual disabilities can be very isolating, but by meeting other families, sharing experiences, and learning
from one another helps change that. Special Olympics provides hope, knowledge, and community many families seek. Take
advantage of the opportunities Special Olympics offers your relative with intellectual disabilities and become more involved as
a coach, assistant coach, volunteer, unified partner or just be there at practices and competitions to cheer, share the joy, and
meet others. **New Memo from Special Olympics Florida regarding family involvement- Click Here**
Unified Partners act as peers and compete along side our athletes on a team. As a Unified Partner, you are helping bridge
the gap between our athletes and the non-intellectually challenged community.
Estimated 2 hours/week during 3 month sports season.
Paperwork Required: Class A Form & Unified Partner Form
Registration is simple: Complete the paperwork, let us check your ID & then take a short online quiz!
|Contact us for more information|
|How to Sign Up:
- Complete and return appropriate paperwork depending on
volunteer position/involvement (see below)
- Complete Photo ID check & Auto Insurance check- (Having Valid
Auto Ins. is not a requirement to being a volunteer)
- Take our Protective Behaviors Online Quiz (If registering as Class
- Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter to select events/sports to
- Register online for events at: www.
Ranwa Nin El-khoury
Cell: 407-929-7254; Fax: 407-637-2370
PO Box 520742, Longwood FL, 32752-0742
Online Contact Form:
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