360i Created Toys So People Living With Paralysis Can Play With Their Kids

Race cars and pitching machines for all

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Donna Lowich, a grandmother of three young girls, sustained a spinal cord injury over 30 years ago when her son Jeffrey was four years old. She was paralyzed from the neck down. As her son grew up, Donna was unable to actively play with him. Her son eventually had three daughters of his own, but for most of her oldest granddaughter's life, Lowich said she could only do non-active things such as going to a movie, drawing or reading to each other.

Lowich never dreamed that there would be a way for her to pitch balls to her granddaughter, but a new line of toys is making that possible.



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