Claudia Betancourt has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. Betancourt worked in the Vitreous and Refrigeration industry before deciding to share her passion for engineering with youth as a science and math teacher in a high school setting. In 2018, she and her husband decided to move from Mexico to the U.S., finding Texas to be a great place to live and raise two amazing children. Now, she dedicates her time to being a full-time mom. Betancourt is determined to educate herself to become a better advocate for her child with Down syndrome, to allow her child and others to feel part of the community. Claudia loves being outdoors, camping, jogging, visiting the zoo, parks, libraries, and community events sharing lovely moments with her family.
Proyecto Amor Agape
Migration is difficult, but can be necessary to offer a better quality of life to families. But when a disability diagnosis is present in one of our family members, migration requires extra effort. That’s why Proyecto Amor Agape serves as guidance to Hispanic families and primary caregivers of people with disabilities in searching for appropriate resources in their own language to support their development and comprehensive well-being from early childhood to adulthood in Texas. With the creation of a Disabilities’ Texas Welcome Guide, parents and caregivers will help their loved ones navigate the disabilities’ life maze and advocate for an inclusive educational, familiar, and social environment.