WE CELEBRATE SUCCESSFUL OUR OPENING

28-11-2018

Desde el 5 de Agosto del 2004 solicitamos al municipio de San Juan del Rio la donación del terreno sin tener éxito y así cada cambio de gobierno se hizo el trámite sin tener ningún apoyo.

 

Después  de unos años en el 2014 el presidente municipal Fabián Pineda es quien dona el terreno de 1650 mts2. Con una deseo inquebrantable por crecer buscamos sin cesar donativos a través de personas físicas y  morales, empresas e instituciones, donativos en especie o en efectivo.

 

Fue hasta el 2014 que amablemente el Tecnologico  de Monterrey dona el proyecto y es así que la nave que se convertiría en nuestro nuevo hogar.

 

Iniciamos la construcción en el 2015, la nivelación del terreno con  el bloc para la construcción fue donada así como las columnas y  la instalación eléctrica , como un ultimo apoyo el drenaje y eso dio como resultado las condiciones para operar de manera segura.

 

La mudanza se realiza con éxito,  con la instalación de las primeras máquinas de costura en la nave y listo¡  

 YA TENEMOS NUEVA CASA.

Expresamos nuestro más sincero agradecimiento por la generosidad  de todas sus donaciones.

Nos aseguramos que nuestro trabajo genere valor y sus apoyos lleguen a los más necesitados quienes desde este mismo momento ya se encuentran muy agradecidos.

 

Con tu apoyo el próximo año se incrementará la producción de aparatos que equivale a incrementar el número de usuarios beneficiados con nuestros productos. Ahora con más espacio, pero con la misma pasión, seguiremos creando aparatos auxiliares para personas de escasos recursos.

 

 ¡MUCHÍSIMAS GRACIAS A TODOS LOS QUE NOS ACOMPAÑARON E HICIERON DE ESTE DÍA UN MOMENTO INOLVIDABLE!


Semana de la Discapacidad 2018

03-12-2018

En el marco del Día Internacional de las Personas con Discapacidad, se llevó a cabo la inauguración de la "Semana de la Discapacidad" organizada por el Centro de Rehabilitación Integral (CRI), con el objetivo de desarrollar actividades que promuevan la inclusión y una mejor atención a este sector de la población.


CRUZ ROJA SAN JUAN DEL RÍO BEGINS CELEBRATIONS FOR 50TH ANNIVERSARY

14-10-2018

 Octubre 14, 2018

 

Noticias 1San Juan Del Río

 50 years of the founding of the Mexican Red Cross San Juan del Río delegation is celebrated, so in gratitude to those who on October 8, 1968 gave rise to the Benemérita Institución in this municipality, and especially to thank Sanjuanenses for Make it your own, is that the President of the Board, Eugenio Demeneghi Zilly said that they are preparing various events related to this commemoration.

 

So he made a very special invitation to the population to come next Sunday, October 7 at 10:00 am, where they will have a Eucharistic celebration.

 

At 11:30 am the commemorative act will be held for the first 50 years, so that a plaque alluding to such an important event will be unveiled. There will be special guests, among them the members of the board and the municipal authorities.

 

From 1:30 p.m. to the 1st Red Cross Volunteer Fair, where all the activities developed within the institution will be made known, from the coordination of Training, which will announce the call of a course such as the "First Respondent," Medical Services will take samples of glucose and blood pressure; the coordination of Volunteer Ladies, will be doing raffles to gather economic resources for the Institution, in short, a number of activities where they will be presenting at the same time, with an artistic program to end hours later with a simulation of urban rescue.

 

Similarly, Demeneghi Zilli, announced that on Saturday, at 11:30 am, a football tournament rapid interdelegations will be played; At night, at 7:00 pm there will be a torchlight tour through the city center, where you will visit and get to know the first three branches of the Mexican Red Cross that the city had.

 

These celebrations will close on October 14 with the race and walk "50 Years Saving Lives in San Juan del Río", being the exit and goal in av. University, next to the Tomasita subdivision, where the new base of the Mexican Red Cross Delegation San Juan del Río will be located.


Google maps will show accessible routes for people in wheelchairs

04-04-2018

This type of navigation was implemented because the technology considers that there are sites that represent a challenge for people who use wheelchairs.

 

As of this Friday, Google Maps has accessible routes for wheelchairs, in transit navigation, to facilitate travel to people with mobility needs.

In a statement, the technology platform explained that there are sites that represent a challenge for people who use wheelchairs or have special mobility needs, so he built this type of navigation.

He explained that all you have to do is find the destination you want to reach in Google Maps, select "directions" and choose the public transport icon; click on "options" and below the routes section you can find "wheelchair accessible" as a new type of route.

When the option is selected, the platform shows a list of possible routes that take into consideration the mobility needs of the people.

 

This function will be implemented in metropolises around the world, starting with Mexico City, London, New York, Tokyo, Boston and Sydney.

 

"We are looking to work additionally with transit agencies within the next few months to bring Google Maps more accessibility routes for people in wheelchairs," the application clarified.

 

He clarified that the initiative is to make life easier for people who use wheelchairs, with the help of transit agencies around the world, as well as people, who contribute with local knowledge and move towards a more accessible world. everybody.


Wheelchair and prosthesis: Apple designs new emojis to represent people with disabilities

04-04-2018

Apple has designed a total of 13 new emojis to represent people with different types of disabilities, from hearing problems to blindness or those who use limb prostheses. The company has asked Unicode to include them in the standard list of emojis.

 

The idea of the company is to help represent more and more people with emojis, regardless of their gender or skin color. Among the emojis is one to represent sign language, one to represent guide dogs and people in traditional and electric wheelchairs. There are also emojis to represent the mechanical prostheses of legs and arms.

Although there are 13 emojis (between male and female versions), each one representing people will have different skin tones, which means that in total there are 43 new emojis, including several skin tones for the emoji of an ear with a hearing aid for hearing problems.

These are all the new emojis that we could see coming to smartphones and tablets in the near future. According to Apple, this is just a first step in the representation of more and more people with disabilities. [Emojipedia via Buzzfeed]