UBC students, staff, faculty and alumni are involved in the Special Olympics movement, the 2014 Games, and promote inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities in their communities. We are asking the UBC community to share their experiences. Here are their stories.
UBC Food Service professionals are preparing to serve 33,000 meals over the 8 days to athletes and coaches attending the 2014 Games. Read more here.
It has been an honor working with Special Olympics athletes at the Team BC Athletics (Track and Field) training camps, Fun Fitness screenings, and functional movement testing. Read more here.
We are three medical students collaborating with SOBC to organize the fourth annual Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Screening Day for those with intellectual disabilities. The health fair is a highly anticipated annual event in Vancouver… Read more here
Our project focuses on discrimination and human health. We proposed three initiatives to ensure that the Special Olympics 2014 Canada Games are a positive experience for all Olympians and the UBC community. Read more here
The festive, collegial energy at the 2013 Welcome Back Staff BBQ was ideal for sharing the news that UBC will play host to the Special Olympics 2014 Canada Summer Games, July 8 – 12. Read more here.