3-D Prosthetics

Advances in technology enable Limitless Child to build and provide low-cost prosthetics to children currently deprived of access to advanced medical care.

We've seen cutting edge technology for humanitarian good take the world by storm. What's missing is a comprehensive and responsible approach to its use. More than one-time give-a-way is needed.

Limitless Child utilizes a network of established professionals in the tech, health care, and children's services sectors to create a 360 degree approach. Our team creates quality 3-D printed prosthetics, employs pre- and post-assessments for proper fitting and functionality, and incorporates cultural considerations into each aspect of our prosthetic program.

Through high quality, comprehensive programming we ensure that the life of each child is improved not only today, but tomorrow, as well.

Impact India Collaborative:

The Lifeline Express

Don't recreate the wheel, just figure out how you can use it. That old-time wisdom is how we can to form our new partnership with Impact India's Lifeline Express Medical Train.We are using their wheels to reach and help children with physical disabilities throughout rural India.

Lifeline Express has, over it's 33 years, provided free medical care to over 1 million of India's most marginalized citizens. This hospital on wheels empowers us to bring prosthetics to children in the to most effective way imaginable.

A specialized 3D printer installed on the train enables trained professionals to measure, print and fit the prosthetic hand to each child's specifications. This approach is high-impact, efficient and let's face it..it's cool.

Mobile Play & Learning Centers

Education should be more than reading and writing. And it shouldn’t just reach those who can make it to a school room. That is where our Mobile Play and Learning Centers come in. We bring learning through play, exploration and creativity to children who live in orphanages and their local peers. 

We are partnering with Coby Unger and The Makers Asylum in Mumbai, India, to design and build mobile play and learning centers which will visit different orphanages and communities each day! The mobile centers use retrofitted rickshaws and STEM based curriculums to give children the opportunity to explore and play while preparing them for their transition to life outside of the orphanage. 

Learning and fun.  Wheels and children.  You’ve got to love it!