Tanner had a reputation at Fife High School in Washington. His motivation was low and his behavior at school reflected that. This is all until he got involved with the Unified programming at Fife. Being involved in Unified Sports was different than what Tanner expected it to be. He found love and acceptance through his new friends both with and without ID. With this new positive outlook, he improved his grades and ended up receiving a scholarship to college.
All around the country people experience life-changing moments when they finally see/feel/grasp the true power of inclusion. The Moment Series is comprised of 10 episodes that show the different faces of the Special Olympics movement and how their lives have been impacted by inclusion throughout different stages of life.
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