Driving force,

example of will

There are people that surround us and, without knowing, impact our lives

Driving force, example of will

There are people that surround us and, without knowing, impact our lives

If you keep your eyes open and are willing to explore a different perspective, in each and every place you’ll find diverse ways to look at life.

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Rubén is one of the disabled teens that take part as a guide at Planetario ALFA.
Him, along with Jannet, Diego, Héctor, and Aleyda are part of this internship thanks to their involvement in UDEM’s (Universidad de Monterrey) Social and Educational Integration Program (known as PISYE in Spanish).

These guides’ presence at the museum is thanks to Fabricio Fernandez’s vision, Attention to Public Planetario ALFA, and his contact with people with disabilities from an early age.

When he began his work at Planetario ALFA, he saw the potential in involving these kids with disabilities at the museum. The objective: give them the chance to interact with other people, develop different skills, be and feel useful.

They aren’t the only ones benefited by this diverse and inclusive program: each visitor and the other guides, that maybe wouldn’t spend time with disabled people otherwise, become sensitive and conscious of a reality different from theirs.

When you visit Planetario ALFA, look for these kids, try and see life from their perspective and let them transmit that happiness and positivity that makes them so unique.

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