Catalyst Fund

Mage Hands

16K

Primary Participant:

Dr. Stephen Huga Arce

Mage Hands is a community-based interdisciplinary project that will promote the creative professional development of University of Florida students and provide prosthetic support for children with upper limb differences and their families. This project extends the collaboration between UF student organization Generational Relief in Prosthetics (GRiP), and community organization Hands to Love. GRiP has developed and delivered more than thirty free, customized prosthetic devices to H2L children and teens. Mage Hands will enhance this productivity through six workshops designed to broaden students’ creativity, design skills, and professional development and deliver new, creative and fun devices to H2L families.”​