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SXSW 2018

There Is No Other Hand: Inclusive Design & Kids

A blast of glitter from a kid-invented, 3D-printed unicorn horn shaped prosthetic arm is helping change how we think about disability and inclusive design. 11-year-old Jordan Reeves and her mom, Jen Lee Reeves, share how Jordan's opportunity to enhance her limb difference with a creative design has pushed the tween forward as a spokesperson to help reshape how we think about disability and inclusive design. The two will share the path they are taking to change attitude and industry.

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Jen Lee Reeves, Founder, Born Just Right LLC

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  • Event: SXSW
  • Format: Dual
  • Track: Social Impact
  • Level: Intermediate
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