The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (that good woman’s work for the disabled continues to expand) has funded formation of this student team . . .
“because it forces students from different fields to collaborate and solve a problem in the community. This program is getting students in the early phases of their training thinking about ordinary objects, toys, and how to adapt those toys so that children with limitations can use and play with them like children without limitations.”
Read the full article HERE.