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Special Olympics Illinois Overview
Special Olympics is an award-winning human services organization, which capitalizes on the positive attributes of amateur sports to help children and adults with "intellectual disabilities" in day-to-day living. The one-on-one training and year-round competition opportunities are designed to build new skills, create strong self-esteem, celebrate abilities, increase confidence and develop social skills that help to lead fuller lives.
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Not happy about what I just read in the newspaper today regarding the basketball games cancelled because of bad weather. It said "these games will not be made up". These young people have been practicing every day for a chance to go to the basketball semi finals. So now, because of no ...
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I have seen the benefits of this not for profit organization have on special individuals by giving them the opportunity to attend camps and participate in sports programs for the last few years. The look on one of the participants faces after completing a race (everyone is a winner) is priceless.
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