November Wellness Challenge Calendar
It's a new month and that calls for new ways to stay connected, stay active, stay positive and stay informed!
Special Olympics Athletes, Coaches, And Volunteers, We Are Asking For Your Feedback
In May, we sent out a survey to understand how we were doing, including your feedback on the Healthy at Home platform. We received an outstanding number of responses that has been incredibly valuable. Your feedback allowed Special Olympics Ontario to build new programs and understand the needs as we navigate during this time.
We need your feedback again! We have created a second Healthy at Home survey to hear your feedback on the new programs that have been created and to help us support you better moving forward.

These Special Olympics athletes want you to See The Ability this Canadian Down Syndrome Week - and every week.
Special Olympics Ontario Is Pleased To Announce The Board Of Directors For 2020 - 2021
The announcement and recognition of these leaders and ambassadors was held at the Virtual Annual General Meeting last week. Thank you to all of those who attended. For those who may have missed it, please see a video recording below.
Zoom Tutorial For Athletes
Julia Romualdi - a Special Olympics International trained Health Messenger created a Zoom tutorial for Special Olympics athletes.
This tutorial provides support for athletes and others who would like to learn how to use Zoom. In the video below, Julia shares how to get started with Zoom and using its different controls. Thanks Julia!
Ways To Stay Active At Home
Have You Signed Up For MyPAHL Yet?
Be Sure To Use Code PAHL
Check out this page as well for more information and instructions

The best part – we get fit together and the points you earn can be used to win real prizes like gift cards and SOO swag!

Over the weekend we have made it through Qatar and Bahrain, which puts us at Saudi Arabia. Next up on the route, we'll be passing through Kuwait, Iraq and Syria this week!
Be sure to record your walking times today, and share any photos or stories about your walks using #WalkTheWorldSO on social media!
Sobeys Nutrition Breaks
Lesson Plan 3 - Whole Grains
What do you know about whole grains?

This food group has important nutrients and gives you energy - but there are certain grains you should avoid. Download Sobeys Nutrition Break on Whole Grains at the link below to learn more.
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