Special Olympics Canada News
Volunteering with Special Olympics just as important as Med School for this Newfoundland & Labrador coach
When Melissa Tobin started Medical School last year, she didn’t even question continuing her role as a Special Olympics swim coach. Although the 23-year-old knew her first year studying medicine at Memorial University of Newfoundland was a major time commitment, Monday night swim practice was just as important.
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Alberta’s Martin McSween was introduced to Special Olympics 30 years ago while working at a group home for individuals with intellectual disabilities in Drumheller.
Special Olympics Saskatchewan coach Jill Dobbin started volunteering in Kindersley when she was just 11-years-old. Today, the now 15-year-old acts as assistant coach for her local bowling and athletics teams.
I volunteer for ME! The pure joy and love of life experienced through interacting with our athletes is unmatched anywhere else.
These Special Olympics athletes want you to know that they should have full participation in decision making about matters relating to or affecting their lives.