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2.67. Spinal Cord Injury Resources in MEXICO

Centro Nacional de Rehabilitación Mexico
KUXTAL is a DME company located in Mexico City and serveing all of Mexico 

Meet Our New Call Center for Pre-Consultation Appointment
From Mexico City: 5999-1000 (Option 2)
Long Distance Without Cost: 01-800-1010-467 (INR)
Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Divertigranja is a farm/petting zoo for children with and without disabilities. Our themes of education are animal diversity, plant life, and planet ecology, all within the framework of teaching the acceptance of and incorporation into mexican society people with different capabilities.

Mexican Women With Disabilities
Garcia Ramos has been using a wheelchair since she was 14 due to a neurological disorder that damaged her spine. The founder of a nonprofit called Mexican Women With Disabilities, she advocates for policy and legislation that advance rights for women with disabilities. In 2017, she represented Mexico at the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Organización Internacional Vida Independiente para Personas con Discapacidad
Independent Living Mexico
PROJIMO Rehabilitation Program
PROJIMO (Coyotitan) is a community based rehabilitation and education project run by and for disabled people. Its main objective is work with disabled persons and their families to increase their abilities and opportunities as well as help raise the consciousness of non-disabled persons and school children to include disabled person in the life of the community, and to "look at their strengths, not their weaknesses." The disabled rehab workers provide physical and occupational therapy, counsel families about how to assist (but not overprotect) their disabled child, teach self help skills, and make a wide variety of adaptive equipment.

World Access Project
World Access Project donates used wheelchairs from the United States to the indigenous disabled of Mexico, one person at a time.

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