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Athlete Resources

Athlete Paperwork


If you are a Special Olympics Nebraska athlete but your paperwork has expired, select the form that you are missing from the list below. Once the form is completed you can send it back via email, fax (402-331-5964) or US mail (9427 F St, Omaha, NE 68127).

Information Update Form


We want to make sure that we have the most accurate information for all of our athletes. If you are an athlete or parent/guardian/caretaker for a Special Olympics Nebraska athlete and any contact information has changed please fill out the Athlete Information Update Form. This will be a great help with making sure our data is current and correct. Thank you for your help!

Sports Nutrition for Athletes


Proper nutrition can optimize athletic performance. This course hosted by sports medicine specialist Dr. Mick Koester, can help your students be performing at their peak. As a coach, this course contains practical tips on how you can model and teach proper nutrition to your athletes.

Heat Illness Prevention


Exertional heat stroke is the leading cause of preventable death in high school athletics. Exertional heat stroke also results in thousands of emergency room visits and hospitalizations throughout the nation each year. This free course, brought to you by EAS Sports Nutrition, a division of Abbott Labs, is designed to give you the critical information you need to minimize the risk of exertional heat stroke among your athletes. The course presents seven fundamentals, which when followed, will minimize heat related illnesses of the students who participate.

Concussion in Sports for Athletes


Concussion for Students, developed in Partnership with the Barrow Neurological Institute, has been designed specifically for students to inform them on how to identify, react to, and prevent concussions. This free course is presented as a social media conversation, showing how four different students learn about concussion in different ways. It includes high school students and medical professionals discussing concussion. The key goal is for students to be able to identify signs and symptoms of a concussion so that they can get immediate help before any further injury can occur.

Signs of Cardiac Arrest


Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the number one cause of death in the United States for student athletes during exercise. Caused by a structural or electrical problem associated with the heart, Sudden Cardiac Arrest happens when the heart unexpectedly stops beating and pumping blood.

With content developed by Simon’s Fund, this course will help you learn and recognize the warning signs and symptoms of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Also included are tips for what to do in the critical moments after an individual suddenly collapses in order to save their life.