Government of Mexico and Teletón will create Inclusion and Wellbeing Center for people with disabilities
Mexico.- President Andrés Manuel López Obrador signed the Collaboration Agreement between the Government of Mexico and the Teletón Foundation with the objective of establishing the Inclusion and Wellbeing Center for people with disabilities, in response to the requests of activist Daniel Robles Haro .
“Our special guest, also a communicator, made us a proposal: (…) that young people be cared for in special houses for therapies and support for people with disabilities. An alternative has already been sought, we already have an answer,” he stated at the beginning of the morning press conference.
The property that will house this new initiative is located in Mexico City, at Paseo de la Reforma No. 1030, Lomas de Chapultepec neighborhood, Miguel Hidalgo mayor's office. It has an area of 900 square meters, three levels, ten rooms, two gardens and a fountain, a hall, four offices, bathrooms for men and women, kitchen and dining room, meeting room and covered and uncovered parking, reported the Secretary of Welfare. , Ariadna Montiel Reyes.
The complex will promote the training and education of caregivers, experimental workshops on chairs and orthopedic supports, as well as awareness-raising and inclusion of people with disabilities.
Another proposal by Daniel Robles Haro includes the creation of day stays for young people in Jalisco, the state where he resides. The Secretary of Welfare presented four installation options, three in the municipality of Zapopan and one in Guadalajara, which will be reviewed in order to choose the best alternative for its conditioning.
The president indicated that they are about to begin the procedures for delivering the houses in Mexico City and Jalisco.
“Today I just want to say that I feel grateful to God and to life for living this moment. I thank with all my heart the president and his great team for this opportunity to work for my causes, which are those of many. People with disabilities deserve to have opportunities for education, work, access to information, culture and, of course, recreation because we also like to dance and laugh,” said Daniel in the Treasury Room of the National Palace.
Robles Haro also promoted the creation of a center for innovation and development of technical aids, the name given to wheelchairs, canes and walkers. It will become a reality with the collaboration with the National Council of Humanities, Sciences and Technologies (Conahcyt).
After appearing at the morning press conference on Thursday, October 19, Robles Haro met with the general director of Conahcyt, María Elena Álvarez-Buylla Roces, who made a commitment to promote the development of personalized ergonomic chairs and seats made in Mexico through the institution he leads.
The National Rehabilitation Institute and Conahcyt already have a history in this field, so they will join forces in the design and manufacture of instruments tailored to the conditions of each person who needs them at an affordable cost. Simultaneously, progress is being made in the generation of prostheses and medical devices, said the director of the Council.
With information from the Presidency
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