Princess Claire traveled hours to meet Limb Kind at Tebow CURE Hospital. With all four limbs affected, 10-year-old Princess was mobile but relied on the assistance of her mom for some things. With her new legs, Princess is excited to play badminton with her friends and to be able to go out without her mom.
She says she’s dedicated to taking good care of her new legs and shared that she feels grateful that organizations like Limb Kind support kids with limb loss and differences like her.
She was inspired by the amputee mentors she met during her time at the hospital and shared that she was surprised when she saw Nicole: “I thought that people in the U.S. have full legs,” she said.
Princess feels grateful that there is so much support for people with limb loss and limb difference, and when she grows up, she wants to work in business with computers.
The Limb Kind Foundation was created from the vision of our Founder, Robert Schulman, that all children shall be given the same opportunity to walk with 2 limbs and be functional with 2 arms
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