Four-year-old Evan, suffering from a rare genetic disorder called Snijders Bloc Campeau syndrome, which affects his speech, muscle tone and cognitive abilities, got to drive his own custom-built car, thanks to four innovative engineering students from University of Central Florida who wanted to use their skills to impact someone’s life directly. The students needed to take an in-depth look at the needs of the child to design the car -- the joy stick used for steering, the specially designed seat, the parent control box are all evidence of the observation and care the students have taken to build the vehicle. It’s difficult to make out who is more delighted -- Evan, whose laughter says it all, the students who took up this challenging project or the mother. “It’s a pure gift to see him so happy, to see him have something that gives him the independence to play like other normal kids,” Evan's mother said.

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