Students at the University of Rhode Island are modifying four toy cars so they can be operated by children with disabilities. The first two will be made for boys with spina bifida. They are designed on a custom basis, which requires assessing the child’s flexibility, strength, motor skills, and range of motion, and talking with the parents about their goals for the child’s development. The other two toy cars will be given to Meeting Street in Providence, RI, a nonprofit that provides educational services to children with special needs.
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