For disabled children, making the world a custom fit
Clip: 01/06/2016 | 6m 57s
MacArthur fellow Alex Truesdell sees a world of possibilities in a simple piece of cardboard. At her Adaptive Design Association, cardboard furniture and learning tools are built for children with disabilities to help them realize their potential. Special correspondent Jackie Judd reports.
Aired: 01/06/16Video has closed captioning.
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