Our plan is designed to help Special Olympics Edmonton athletes, coaches, families and caregivers understand the steps and requirements for in-person programs and events to return as safely as possible.
We appreciate the patience from our community as we navigate our way through the new realities of the 2021-2022 season.
We will be continually updating this website page as the situation evolves. Last update: August 12, 2021
The Latest: Program Update
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
We are SO excited to announce that registration for the 2021-2022 season is officially open. Please click HERE to access registration information!
Guidelines and protocols
We adhere to guidelines and protocols set out by Special Olympics Alberta and work with our key partners and local health authorities to determine the safety of returning to and resuming programs. For more information, please click the links below to view most up-to-date guidelines and protocols.
WE WILL NO LONGER BE UPDATING THIS PAGE ON A REGULAR BASIS. TO VIEW THE MOST UPDATED AND CURRENT COVID GUIDELINES AND PROTOCOLS, PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING LINKS.
Are parents/ other spectators allowed to come watch programs?
Spectators are now permitted, but must not interact with the program. Spectators will be expected to keep a large distance from the field of play, practice physical distancing from other spectators, and not interact with coaches or athletes before, during, or after the practice. Any members who must interact with their athlete will be required to attend as a 1-1 support, and will be screened and included in the contact tracing process at the start of each session.
Are masks mandatory?
YES! Every member of a program is required to wear a mask to and from the program. Depending on your sport, you may not need to wear a mask during physical activity. Every member is required to bring their own mask, however, we will have emergency masks on hand at each program.