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Two Things to Remember

From Your CRIT Counselor: Two Things to Remember

Take care of your thoughts when you are alone and your words with people. Our thoughts can destroy us or uplift us. We have a choice.

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Volunteering The CRIT Experience

Volunteering: The CRIT Experience

The TeletonUSA volunteer program is the heart of the organization. The goal of a CRIT volunteer is to help ensure that every patient and their family feels accompanied and valued.

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Join our Mission Today

Join our Mission Today

In 2016, TeletonUSA came into my life and changed it forever. Together we will help hundreds of children with disabilities achieve their dreams. We are counting on you!

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Art Show & Open House

CRIT Patients and Artists Collaborate to Raise Funds

On Thursday, March 30th, CRIT hosted its first-ever Art Show & Open House. The colorful exhibition showcased pieces created by CRIT patients in collaboration with San Antonio artists.

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The Importance of Reading During Childhood

The Importance of Reading During Childhood

In addition to being an excellent resource for our learning, books are important allies in our exploration of the world since they allow us to imagine it in different ways.

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Accept and Cultivate

From Your CRIT Counselor: Accept and Cultivate

Loving and accepting yourself is essential if you are seeking peace and joy in your life. Life is not easy. It is a rollercoaster of events and emotions.

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Five Reasons You Should Dive into the World of Volunteerism

Five Reasons You Should Dive into the World of Volunteerism

Do you need something to do? Do you need experience? Do you enjoy serving your community? Here are five reasons you should become a volunteer for your community from the perspective of a volunteer coordinator.

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Seven Ways to Support People with Disabilities

Seven Ways to Support People with Disabilities

In the United States, one in every four people has some disability, and 44% have reported discrimination due to their condition. Here are seven things you can do to support people with disabilities.

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What is Media Representation

What is Media Representation?

Media representation refers to how the media portrays groups of individuals with different characteristics. Learn here why representation is important and some examples of media portrayals of people with disabilities.

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