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Padrinoton: This is how Diego’s life has changed at TeletonUSA

Diego Rodriguez and his father have a very special bond. This bond has helped them keep a very positive attitude during their therapies at CRIT.

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Model and TV Host Clarissa Molina smiles and waves to the camera

Padrinoton: Clarissa Molina wants you to become a Dream Maker

Dream Makers are people who donate monthly to help children receive therapies at CRIT.

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Picture of a child at CRIT using the Lokomat, a robotic rehabilitation device for gait training

Padrinoton: Damian guides us through a day at CRIT

Damian Becerril’s positive attitude and smile show us how happy he is whenever he receives his therapies at CRIT.

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Photograph of Mexican singer Lucero during an interview

Padrinoton: Lucero has an invitation for you

Lucero will show you how, for less than a dollar a day, you can change the life of a child at TeletonUSA.

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Padrinoton: Denilson’s dreams have come true!

Denilson Alvarado was born prematurely, he also suffered a stroke, and was diagnosed with hydrocephalus.

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Screenshot of Univision TV Show: from left to right on the image appear Fernando Landeros, President of TeletonUSA, and a child receiving therapies at CRIT

Padrinoton: This is how therapies continue at CRIT

This is how therapies at TeletonUSA have kept going during the pandemic.

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Padrinoton: A story of perseverance at CRIT

Moises’s smile cheers up everyone at CRIT. This young man is a clear example of perseverance through rehabilitation.

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creen shot of a Univision TV Show. On the image from left to right: Raul Gonzalez, an image of a child in therapy at CRIT, and Fernando Landeros

Padrinoton: TeletonUSA keeps going

With the help of all TeletonUSA Dream Makers, therapies will continue at CRIT!

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Let’s Talk About Tummy Time!

Many children dislike tummy time at first—it's hard work! There are many benefits for young children to spend time on their tummy, and there are also many ways to help and encourage them to do so. This critical developmental position helps lay the groundwork for many different skills necessary throughout the lifespan.

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