Keira Campbell, six, was born without a left hand. Kiera’s family was advised by doctors that she was too young for a prosthetic leg.
Callum Miller, however, noticed her tale on Facebook and wanted to help.
Jamie Miller, Miller’s son, was born without a hand as well. Rather than following the physicians’ advice, he purchased a 3D printer and created a robotic hand for Jamie.
He’s done the same for Keira now.
“She can now handle things correctly, which she couldn’t before, and she’s quite happy with it.” Kiera’s mother, Nikki, told Gazette Live that her daughter is becoming more autonomous.
“She’s getting used to it day by day, and she can now put it on herself, and she was drinking a milkshake with it.” She stated, “I’ve never seen her so excited to go back to school.”
Kiera is ecstatic that she can finally hold objects and play with her dolls.
Watch as Keira and Jamie discuss the impact 3D printed hands have had on their life.