Jeremy King, left with mobility and speech challenges after brain surgery in 2017, often uses a wheelchair to get around. So when he and his wife, Chelsie, learned they would become parents, they wondered how Jeremy could take the baby for a walk. Ten innovative high school students solved the problem. The students, part of a "maker space" at the school where Chelsie teaches, worked in two teams over four months to create the “WheeStroll.” They delivered the car-seat connector just days after Phoenix was born, and Jeremy has since taken his son on many adventures. A detailed video tutorial is available to help other parents with mobility challenges make the wheelchair attachment.

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