Kids With Disabilities

Thanks to the kid-friendly design firm, KidMob — which teaches Kids With Disabilities to tackle community-based issues with skills like 3-D modeling and printing, technical drawing and using power tools — children missing limbs got to swap their bulky prosthetics for superhero cyborg arms they created themselves.

“We’d like these Kids With Disabilities to begin to solve their own problems and create their own solutions, recognizing that they have options beyond what is available on the market,” Kate Ganim, KidMob’s co-director, told The Huffington Post. “Also, we’d love for the kids to see themselves as super-abled rather than disabled.

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