When a friend accidentally shot her as a kid, the now 35-year-old Sharina Jones lost her ability to walk. She now uses a wheelchair to move around. When she got pregnant, she realized that she needed some help. She needed to feel like other moms, so she reached out to the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy to see if they could help.
The school runs a STEM program in collaboration with the University of Detroit Mercy. One of the students, 16-year-old Alden Kane, took up the challenge of designing a revolutionary stroller that would help Jones. He spent months working, and the results? Amazing!
The stroller is designed to be pushed by the wheelchair so Jones can have her hands free to do other things. That’s cool. This is so special. The teen is now working to patent his invention.
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