Whether on your own or with a device, there are many different ways to stand.
But have you ever wondered why standing is so important?
As we journey through our lives, let us be mindful and live with gratitude and an attitude of hope.
Our path will face challenges, but our philosophy will help us overcome those more productively.
On Thursday, November 9th, CRIT hosted its 6th annual Fashion Show at the Norris Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The event featured CRIT patients as models, showcasing their personalities and newfound independence.
Shortly after birth, Chris was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, a condition that challenges his independence.
At CRIT, Chris has gained a lot of progress in his communication skills and ability to speak up for himself.
Work on progress, not perfection. The goal is to become a better version of yourself. You are not the same person you are now that you were a year ago. Make change intentional.Read the article
Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) is a genetic disorder that impacts thousands of families across the world. Learn here its causes, types, and symptoms.Read the article
Traumatic brain injuries, also known as TBI, are a leading cause of death and disability among children. Learn here the treatment, causes, and side effects of TBI.Read the article
TelevisaUnivision announced today a new dollar-for-dollar matching donation campaign, up to $30,000, in support of TeletonUSA.Read the article
Hosted by Maity Interiano, the show's third season showcases the inspiring stories of the organization's leaders, volunteers, team members, and Univision talent that have been key along this journey.Read the article
On Friday, October 28th, the Children's Rehabilitation Institute TeletonUSA (CRIT) hosted the "It Takes a Village" Masquerade Gala at the Red Berry Estate in San Antonio, Texas.Read the article