A high school robotics team from Minnesota built something that changed a toddlers life. Farmington Public Schools' "Rogue Robotics Team" made an electric wheelchair for a 2-year-old named Cillian Jackson. Cillian has a rare genetic condition that affects his mobility, and special chairs to help him move around cost up to $20,000 that his parents' insurance wouldn't cover.
The family reached out to the Rogue Robotics Team who received help from the University of Delaware's GoBabyGo program. The University's program creates custom vehicles for children with limited mobility.Rogue Robotics gave Cillian's family the gift just before Christmas and the family could not be more appreciative!