Staff, local programs and volunteers work together to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports, free health screenings, unified experiences and community events to support child and adults with intellectual disabilities (ID).

Region 6 offers access to all of Special Olympics Wisconsin’s sports offering, including:

News

Madison area students celebrate "A Night Out" with Special Olympics Wisconsin

April 15, 2015 Awareness, Event, Featured Fans, Unified Champion Schools

High school students from across the Madison area will have the opportunity to experience an inclusive prom at La Follette High School on May 10, 2019. The prom will be hosted by La Follette’s Project Unify club, the club for...

Wisconsin lawmakers lead the charge in the defense of Special Olympics on Capitol Hill

April 15, 2015 Awareness, Featured Fans, Unified Champion Schools

The end of March 2019 made for an eventful few days for Special Olympics programs across the United States. The news of the $18 million cut to the Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools program in the proposed 2020 federal budget...

Healthy Athletes opens eyes for a new athlete and his family

April 15, 2015 Featured Athletes, Healthy Athletes

Last month at the Indoor Sport Tournament, optometry volunteers for the Lions Club International Opening Eyes clinic placed orders for 118 prescription glasses and 90 prescription sports goggles. One of those orders was for 13-year-old Isaac Newcomb of the Reedsburg...

Region 6 Contacts:

Erin Muehlenkamp

Erin Muehlenkamp

Regional Athletic Director

emuehlenkamp@specialolympicswisconsin.org

Alyse Peters

Alyse Peters

Regional Director of Special Events

apeters@specialolympicswisconsin.org

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