On October 24, CRIT Baja California and UABC signed a collaboration agreement to support future professionals in the fields of rehabilitation, psychology, and pedagogy. CRIT Baja California opens its doors to students who wish to engage in service activities and professional practices through this agreement.
The Autonomous University of Baja California will take the utmost care, not only in supporting its students but also in providing educational and structural models that set the institution apart as one of the most inclusive in its area.
Representing UABC, Dr. Martha Lobo accompanied the Rector. On behalf of CRIT BC, the director and leader of the institution, Lic. Julio Alejandro Paz, signed this agreement. He was joined by the manager and person responsible for these programs and activities, Raquel Eunice Contreras, the coordinator of the talent and culture area at CRIT BC, who, along with a team from the university, worked diligently to establish this promising agreement.
It’s noteworthy that the CRIT BC board of directors was present, and Dr. Mónica Luiguina Rodríguez, the medical director, expressed her deep appreciation for the support that future professionals can provide to CRIT BC. The meeting concluded with an official photograph of the agreement signing, marking the beginning of a successful collaborative stage for both institutions.
The event was hosted by Lic. Nadia Varely Rios, and sweet treats were offered to the attendees.
The Teletón Children’s Rehabilitation and Inclusion Centers (CRIT) have adopted a comprehensive rehabilitation model with a family-focused approach. The centers aim to promote functional independence in daily activities, as well as social and educational inclusion.
All CRITs provide specialized pediatric rehabilitation services to girls, boys, and adolescents aged 0 to 18 with neuromusculoskeletal disabilities, along with support for their families. These services are offered at various Teletón Children’s Rehabilitation and Inclusion Centers located throughout the Mexican Republic.
Since the opening of the first center in 1999, more than 500,000 individuals have been served.