Medulloblastoma is a tumor in the brain that primarily affects children between 5 and 9 years of age.
Learn the symptoms, how to detect medulloblastoma, and more information here.
The gala featured acts by renowned Mexican comedians Javier Carranza, "El Costeño," and Edson Zúñiga, "El Norteño."
Funds raised on the Gala Mexicana, organized by Heroes for CRIT Ambassador, Alma González de la Cruz, will support children receiving treatment at CRIT.
It is essential to take care of our emotional and mental health as much as our physical health.
Learn some ways to alleviate stress and decrease feelings of depression or hopelessness.
Getting involved with the Children’s Rehabilitation Institute TeletonUSA (CRIT) can look different for everyone.
Still, becoming a Dream Maker is one of the best ways to support CRIT. Let's change the world. Become a Dream Maker here.
Xavian was just a toddler when he fell into the pool and suffered a brain injury due to a prolonged lack of oxygen. With a lot of effort and dedication, Xavian improves every day. Get to know his story.Read the article
Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC) is a diagnosis characterized by multiple joint contractures or stiffness of the joints. Learn here the facts about AMC and how children with this diagnosis can benefit from rehabilitation services at CRIT.Read the article
We cannot change what happened yesterday. We can plan for tomorrow but truly do not know what will happen. What is real is this moment.Read the article
When Krestalenn was just an infant, she survived a head-on collision that left her paralyzed on her right side and blind in one eye. Get to know her journey with traumatic brain injury.Read the article
Understanding the different types of brain injuries can help you seek the necessary treatment. Contact us today to learn how we can help your child live a healthy and happy life after a brain injury.Read the article
Sitting in the doctor’s office at 31 weeks pregnant, Raphael’s mom, Katie, began to worry. Her son had stopped being the playful, active baby in her womb that she had grown to know.Read the article