SPECIAL OLYMPICS MADISON COUNTY
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Track and Field 2020
Who is ready for Track & Field? Another great season is coming up this spring and online registrations is available HERE and an in-person sign-up day will be coming soon at Anderson University. Practices will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 - 7 PM with a location TBD. So stay tuned by following our Facebook page, looking for our newsletters, and checking back here.
EKS Games 2020
Due to tremendous growth over the past few years, Special Olympics Indiana and its partners are exploring options to expand EKS Games for the fall sports season. Stay tuned for more information or follow our Facebook page for more up-to-date information.
ALL ABOUT US
Special Olympics Madison County, Indiana provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in 9 sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities across Madison County, Indiana.
Through Special Olympics, athletes gain opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. It’s a movement that impacts lives for the better.
Special Olympic Madison County offers year-round sport opportunities to athletes of all skill levels. Click on the links below to get more information on the sports in each category.
Athletes must complete, sign, and submit 2 forms to become eligible for Special Olympics training, competition, and programming. Both forms are required prior to being able to participate in any practice.
Form 1: Application for Participation
Complete both pages of this application.
The adult athlete or his/her parent/guardian must sign the application once completed.
Click here to download the Application for Participation.
Form 2: Medical Form
The Medical Form requires a physical examination by a licensed medical examiner (not a nurse or EMT).
The Special Olympics Indiana Medical Form must be used. School or agency medical forms will NOT be accepted.
The form is valid for 3 years from the date of the physician’s signature. At the end of the 3 years, the health information section may be completed by a parent/guardian. If major medical problems do not exist or develop, the athlete does not need to see the doctor again.
If there are significant changes to the athlete’s health, the athlete must be re-examined by a licensed medical examiner (not a nurse or EMT).
Click here to download the Medical Form.
We cannot do what we do without a dedicated crew of volunteers helping us every step of the way. You do not have to be a skilled athlete or an expert in a sport to volunteer, all you need is a desire to volunteer in an opportunity where you will make a lasting impact on peoples’ lives. If you would like more information on volunteering you can reach us via the contact section below, or if you are ready to get involved you can go to Special Olympics Indiana website and begin your volunteer registration. Once you complete the registration process we will get in touch with you and get you plugged in.