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MAGICAL MOTORS

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Board Development
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Computers & Technology

Location

3844 E EXPEDITION WAYPHOENIX, AZ 85050 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

At Magical Motors, we aspire to create assistive technologies for children with developmental disabilities. Through the modification of children’s toys, we aim to foster and improve the social, motor, and developmental growth in children ages 3-8. We also plan on introducing several curricula of our approaches to high school districts across the country.

Description

In July of 2021, cousins Aanand Mehta and Rohan Fichadia, both passionate about making a tangible difference in children with developmental disorders' lives, founded Magical Motors with the goal of initiating an organized system of building assistive technologies while creating chapters throughout the world. Our projects include building cars for children with developmental disorders by modifying them such that they are hand-controlled instead of foot-powered.. We are also implementing our self-curated curricula in high schools across the nation, so that high school students can learn how to modify these cars with ease. Furthermore, we are collaborating with STEM organizations, therapy clinics, and medical centers/hospitals to integrate our program into their causes. For instance, we are in the process of donating cars to hospitals across the nation for children to use in surgery centers in the perioperative setting! We have been featured on several publications, and have been received several honors and awards, and we look forward to working with you to spread our mission to everyone! You can find more details, including our press and recognitions, on our website!

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