July 21st Webinar: Creating Inclusive Health for People with Intellectual Disabilities


Special Olympics North Carolina:
Creating inclusive health for people
with intellectual disabilities

Tuesday, July 21, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Learn about the health equity challenges that people with intellectual disabilities face and how Special Olympics North Carolina (SONC) is doing its part to help by building inclusive healthy communities.


Fahey1Ellen Fahey, MS
SONC Health Director
Special Olympics North Carolina
Ms. Fahey has been the Health Director with SONC for the past four years. Along with her role at SONC, Ms. Fahey is an acting member of the Special Olympics United States Leadership Health and Wellness Committee. Ms. Fahey has almost 10 years of experience working in community health and health policy, including working with the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. She has a Master of Science degree in Public Policy and Health from Durham University in England.

Tane1Annie Tane
SONC Athlete Health Messenger
Special Olympics North Carolina
Ms. Tane has been a Special Olympics athlete for the past 21 years and currently serves on the SONC Athlete Council. This past April, Ms. Tane became certified as an Athlete Health Messenger through Special Olympics International. As an Athlete Health Messenger, Ms. Tane acts as a health and wellness leader, educator, advocate and role model within her Special Olympics community and the community at large.


This webinar is complimentary but you must be registered to attend. Space is limited so register early! After you register, you will receive an emailed confirmation with webinar and phone-in instructions.


For questions or more information please contact the NC Medical Society Foundation offices at ncmsfoundation@ncmedsoc.org.