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Special Olympics Maryland forms
Volunteer Unified Partner application (updated for 2016)
(release [for Unified Partners], contact information).
Mandatory - Must be completed by volunteers and/or Unified Partners before
participation in Special Olympics Maryland events and competitions. This
form has been revised, and now includes a combined section for a sign off on the Housing
policy and the Concussion Information sheet, see links to the full explanations
below. Parts of this form may now be completed on your computer, but you
must print out the form and sign it in all the appropriate places before
Student / minor volunteer references
Additional mandatory form for volunteer applicants 17 years of age or younger.
Parts of this form may now be completed on your computer, but you must print out
the form and sign it in all the appropriate places before submitting it. A
completed Volunteer Unified Partner application must also be submitted.
(medical, release, contact information). Mandatory - Must be
completed before athletes may practice or compete. Updated forms required
every three years. This form has been revised this year, and there are new
requirements (mandated by Special Olympics International) for completing the form.
A couple of additional forms may be required, depending on the athlete's
individual situation. There are 5 pages included in the revised
The first 2 pages should be completed by the athlete or by
the responsible parent / caregiver (required)
The third page should be completed by the medical
professional handling the athlete's examination (required)
The fourth page is only required if the
athlete is not cleared by the physician who completed page 3 and is referred to
a medical specialist for follow up before being released for participation
The last page is the waiver / release page, and must be
completed and signed (note that if a block is checked in section 4 on this page,
a new additional form will be required)
Emergency Care refusal
- athlete signing on own behalf (necessary if either block in section 4, page 5
Emergency Care refusal
- parent or caregiver signing on behalf of the athlete (necessary if either block in section 4, page 5 was
This form is also required that
may be required if the athlete is referred
Special Release form for spinal issues
- required when athlete is referred to a neurologist for follow up for spinal
compression issues or atlanto-axial instability symptoms
Portions of these athlete forms may be completed on your computer before
printing them. All appropriate signatures must be obtained before submitting the
Explains SOMD policy and guidelines for competitions where athletes stay
Concussion Information sheet
Great information for all people involved in sports where a disproportionate
amount of concussions occur.
First Report of Accident / Incident
SOMD incident or accident reporting form. Coaches should have copies of
these forms at all practices and competitions. Note that our Area
Director, Gregg Meade, should also be notified anytime that one of these forms
Special Olympics Anne Arundel County forms
For anyone interested in supporting our Spring Tournament at the Naval
Academy in April.
Special Olympics Anne Arundel County sports schedules / flyers
and Snowshoeing schedule original