Who we are, what we do
As a national organization, Special Olympics has been working with children, youth, and adults with intellectual disabilities for over forty years. Within this time, Special Olympics has grown well beyond being an event and evolved into a year-round sports organization with chapters in almost every province and territory in Canada.
Sport Canada, a government agency under the Department of Canadian Heritage, recognizes Special Olympics as the main provider of athletic services to people whose primary diagnosis is an intellectual disability.
As a local organization in Regina, Saskatchewan we are controlled by a board of directors, and the programs are executed by a group of highly dedicated and well-trained coaches and volunteers. All of us are focused on the development and care of all of the athletes enrolled in our Regina programs.
Athletes from Regina and the surrounding area are welcome to join.
Recruitment and Retention (R&R)