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.
On August 17th, we celebrate National Nonprofit Day in the United States to reflect on our contributions to our communities. Today we want to celebrate by telling you a little about our history, our present, and what we expect for the years to come.Read the article
Moi's parents never imagined their son would lose the ability to walk. When he was very young, Moi was in an accident that led to a spinal cord injury. Get to know his story.Read the article
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