Special Olympics Ontario Brantford

While we might not be able to get together at a practice, at school, competition or fundraiser - that doesn't mean that we can't continue on being the great connected and supportive community that we are!


Healthy @ Home - a way to stay connected, stay active, stay positive and stay informed.


Head on over to www.specialolympicsontario.com to find new content such as videos, strategies, resources and more! New material will be available on a weekly basis.


Be sure to tag @SpecialOlympicsOntario and share ways you are staying connected, staying active, staying positive and informed! #SOOHealthyAtHome


Ontario Community and Social Services

Yesterday at 9:49 AM ·

Ontario is introducing new measures to protect the health of people receiving social assistance and the frontline staff who deliver services to them.

On a temporary basis, clients will not be required to provide written documentation to their case worker.

For more info: news.ontario.ca/m/56433


Special Olympics Ontario

March 24 at 7:00 PM ·

In consultation with local and provincial health authorities and Special Olympics programs across Canada, please be advised that Special Olympics Ontario is continuing its directive that all local sport programs, competitions, fundraisers and related activities continue to be suspended until April 30, 2020.

We will continue to monitor and evaluate the status of the pandemic on a month-to-month basis and advise you on or before April 30th regarding the future status of our programs.

Special Olympics Ontario staff are hard at work on a number of initiatives focused on keeping athletes, volunteers and partners active, connected, informed and positive through this very difficult time.

For more information and updates, please visit the Special Olympics Ontario website at: https://www1.specialolympicsontario.com/covid-19-updates/

Should you have any questions or would like to speak with a staff person please email covid19@specialolympicsontario.com or call 1-888-333-5515 ext. 311 to leave a voice message and we will follow up with you.

Stay Safe Everyone!



Special Olympics Ontario Healthy Athletes

March 18 at 9:49 AM ·

It is still very important to take care of our minds and bodies while we are stuck at home. It is okay to snack more often or eat comfort foods, but we should also try to fill half our plates with fruits and vegetables and drink lots of water! When we fuel our bodies with healthy foods, it can help make our minds and bodies feel better. Stay healthy everyone!