Young Boy Uses LEGOs to Customize His Prosthetic Arm

Children with disabilities have their resilience tested every day. Some go through their daily rituals without a single complaint, even though the challenges they face mean less time for fun and play. Then this wonderful campaign came along with an idea that is life changing for some kids.

The Umea Institute of Design in Sweden is transforming the daily struggles of what it's like being a kid with disability and turning it into this creative and fun experience. They aimed to have children who need prostheses become more involved in the designs from start to finish. These kids were given the ability to completely remake the current prosthetic limbs into something completely different.

Whatever he or she desires her hand to look like, they can make the vision a reality. That is simply amazing for these differently abled children. It allows them to have fun!

Check out this inspirational video below:

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