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Last Saturday, in a gymnasium at the Chapelgate Christian Academy in Baltimore, MD – dozens and dozens of boy and girl scouts gathered and spent their free time working together to build e-NABLE hands for children around the world who are in need of upper limb assistive devices. Scouts as young at 5 years old chose […]

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Two years ago today, a little boy named Liam received the very first prototype that would eventually become the 3D printed hand devices that our e-NABLE volunteers are printing and gifting to hundreds of children and adults around the world. An American prop maker traveled over 10,000 miles to bring 4 aluminum metal fingers to South […]

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Meet “Agent Cyborg.” We can not tell you his age or location for fear that this information may fall into the wrong hands and compromise his secret mission. What we can tell you is that he is the recipient of one of our e-NABLE hands after his parents saw an article online about our volunteer Aaron […]

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“You know, DISABILITY is a funny word. Disability means you CAN’T do something. It’s not a disease…and it’s not even a property of a person. A person doesn’t have a disability…a person has a disability if he is in a world where he can’t do something. If I didn’t have glasses in a world in […]

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Many of you have seen the adorable little “Iron Man” Rayden who made his way around the globe via the internet with his adorable “unboxing video” when he received his first 3D printed e-NABLE hand and who we have updated you about recently as he began his “Super Hero Training” with his wonderful OT “Aunty […]

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(Please click the image above to be taken to the video news piece!) On Friday, Keith Harris, age 5 – became the coolest kid at school with his new e-NABLE hand. He spent the day high fiving his parents, classmates, teachers and news reporters and testing out his new fingers. You can read more about […]

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