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Special Olympics Project UNIFY® brings youth with and without intellectual disabilities together through education and sports to create school communities of acceptance and respect. The PU resource pages serves as a portal for youth, Programs and educators who are looking to become more involved with the Special Olympics movement. 

Project UNIFY Resources for Students Project Unify Youth Resources
Project UNIFY Resources for Educators Project Unify Educator Resources
Project UNIFY Resources for Programs Project Unify Program Resources
Student Resources

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Program Resources

Detailed resources for Programs involved with Project UNIFY at any level. 

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Jean Vanier, a prophet of humility and simplicity, wins!

Today, the Templeton Foundation gave its most prestigious award to my hero, Jean Vanier.  For Linda and our children and me, he has also been our retreat leader, our teacher of humility, our guide. 

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Posted on 2015-03-11 by Tim

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