- Mon, Mar 15At Home Movement ChallengeMar 15, 7:00 AM – May 09, 11:00 AMAt Home Movement ChallengeStay active this spring: join the SONA Move Challenge, an 8-week movement challenge to see how many minutes of exercise you can complete each week! Registration closes March 14th. Let us know whether you'd like to compete as an individual, as a pair (traditional or Unified), or as part of a team.
- Fri, Apr 23Zoom
- Fri, Apr 30ZoomApr 30, 3:30 PM – 4:00 PMZoomJoin us for a virtual ceremony to celebrate the athletes who competed in the Triple Combine Fitness Competition! We will be sharing photos and the names of all participants, as well as announcing medals. NOTE: the awards/medals will be sent in the mail after the ceremony, not before.
- May 07, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PMZoomSOVT Athlete Courtney Cowan will demonstrate how to make a delicious Gold Medal Snack! Please scroll down to read more info about the SOVT Gold Medal Snacks Cookbook! Submit recipes to email@example.com by April 23rd! We will present the digital collection of recipes at Courtney's #FridayFunSeries!
Special Olympics Vermont is part of a global movement
WORKING TO FOSTER THE INCLUSION AND ACCEPTANCE OF INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
by using the power of sport to showcase their gifts and abilities.
Training to achieve their very best.
Special Olympics is the largest amatuer sports organization in the world and our athletes are at the heart of it. Our athletes are children and adults with intellectual disabilities who are finding success, joy, and friendship as part of our community. Through sport, our athletes see themselves for their abilities, not their disabilities.
Changing the way we interact with health systems.
Special Olympics is the largest global public health organization dedicated to serving people with intellectual disabilities. Healthy Athletes provides health screenings in dentistry, optometry, audiology, and physical therapy to Special Olympics Vermont athletes at no cost.
Inspiring each other, we're better together.
Through the power of sports, people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. Our athletes find joy, confidence and fulfillment—on the playing field and in life. They also inspire people in their communities and elsewhere to open their hearts to a wider world of human talents and potential.