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Special Olympics Connecticut
Special Olympics Connecticut provides year-round sports training and competitions for over 13,000 athletes (individuals with intellectual disabilities) and Unified Sports partners (individuals without intellectual disabilities who are the athletes’ teammates).
In addition to its traditional sports programs for individuals with intellectual disabilities, the Special Olympics Unified Sports® program brings athletes with and without intellectual disabilities together to play sports, gain physical fitness and develop friendships. Special Olympics Unified Sports® is offered in communities across the state, for individuals of all ages.
Special Olympics Unified Sports® is also offered in over 190 schools across the state, through Special Olympics Connecticut’s partnership with the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC). The program provides students at every level – from pre-school through high school – opportunities to play sports together and help create a more positive and inclusive school climate.