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Service Dogs

Service Dogs

Service dogs are trained to offer companionship, comfort, affection, and physical support to people in need. These animals dedicate their lives to supporting and accompanying people with disabilities or with a physical or mental condition.

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Disability Pride Month

Disability Pride Month

During the month of July, Disability Pride Month is commemorated. At TeletonUSA Foundation we want all our boys and girls to feel proud of who they are, just as we are proud of them.

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Deaf and Blindness Awareness Month

Deaf and Blindness Awareness Month

If a child is born with or develops a hearing or vision impairment, here are a few signs to be aware of.

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Food Pantry

Get to Know Our Food Pantry

Did you know that we have a Food Pantry? In partnership with the San Antonio Food Bank, CRIT has a Food Pantry.

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Sturge-Weber

Beyond the Birthmark: Going Past the Surface with Sturge-Weber

Sturge-Weber syndrome is characterized by a port wine birthmark on the face, increased pressure in the eye, and neurological involvement.

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Multiple Sclerosis

World Multiple Sclerosis Day

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that causes a breakdown in communication between the brain and the nervous system. Its symptoms include vision loss, pain, fatigue, and coordination challenges.

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COVID-19 Vaccine

Don’t Wait, Vaccinate at CRIT

In order to better serve our community, we are pleased to announce that Children’s Rehabilitation Institute TeletonUSA will become a COVID-19 Vaccination Center.

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Osteogenesis Imperfecta

About OI: Types, Symptoms, and Treatment

Children with this condition have a genetic defect that affects their ability to make collagen, resulting in collagen deficiency or having collagen that doesn’t function properly.

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Reading to your child.

How to Use Books to Promote Communication Skills

We use books and story-telling with children to help promote brain development, teach language and emotions, spark curiosity, and encourage children to use their imagination.

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