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Published on Jul 22, 2011
Long-time Special Olympics coach Richard Dickinson has seen the benefits of Special Olympics firsthand. Eight years ago, he took guardianship of his nephew who has an intellectual disability and was very introverted. Richard and his wife found Special Olympics to be perfect for him. Participating in sports provided Richard's nephew with a place to fit in, to be with his peers, and to grow as a person. It has empowered him and given him the determination to overcome his hurdles.