Stay involved with Special Olympics New Hampshire while staying safe and practicing physical distancing.

Just because we can’t have Special Olympics events right now, doesn’t mean you can’t keep in touch with SONH! This page is full of ways you can stay active and involved from home.

Check back often. We’ll be adding more resources as we have them.

  • Athletes

    Staying active while at home may be the most important thing you can do right now. These videos and links can help keep you in the game.

  • Young Athletes

    Share in the joy of sports with your child! Young Athletes is a sport and play program for children ages 2-7 with and without Intellectual Disabilities. These materials will help you continue your child’s learning at home.

  • Family & Friends

    What you need to know about prepping your home for an extended stay and resources to help explain the coronavirus to your family members.

  • Health

    What are the symptoms of the coronavirus? What do I do if someone in my home exhibits those symptoms? What’s the deal with hand-washing? Find those answers here.

  • Sports Fans

    It’s not just SONH. Sports activities everywhere are still being affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Find out what your favorite teams are up to and how they are staying busy here.

  • Coronavirus & Upcoming Events

    Click here for the latest updates on how the Coronaviurs is impacting upcoming SONH events.

  • Financial Information

    The coronavirus situation is having a significant financial impact on many individuals, families and small businesses. Here are some helpful links to find assistance here in New Hampshire as well as on the federal level.