robotics studying young people was encouraged by the 2-year-old by making him a motorized wheelchair to facilitate movement. Cillian Jackson joints don't work like other kids. Therefore, he must use a wheelchair to get from one place to another.
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robotics Farmington high school students, young people wanted to help Jackson, so they built the boys a safe use of the aids movement.
his joy got the tears flowing, Alex Treakle, one of the students told CNN.Kids learn robotics basics. MOSTPHOTOS
School children and jackson's parents met for the first time months ago. Parents have been seeking for their children an inexpensive wheelchair, but a motorized wheelchair you are paying a lot of. The parents approached the robotics group and asked, would you be interested in helping them in the process. Young agreed and immediately began to plan needs a suitable chair.
jackson's parents are very grateful to the young people from seeing the trouble.
Parents, according to Cillian attitude for movement and for outdoor activities much earlier with more conviction.