REACH is a community service collaboration between CCFA and CHHS to bring offer assistive technologies in our community.
The focus of this collaboration is to provide a client-centered, interdisciplinary projects combining assistive technology and prosthetics, and human services to children and veterans in our communities. Our target local population will include: children, veterans, elderly and those without the socio-economic support to obtain these services.
The World Health Organization estimates there are 30 million amputees around the world and a shortage of 40,000 trained prosthetists. 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) is making prosthetics accessible in cost and distribution.
To learn more about the REACH Program contact:
Walter Black: firstname.lastname@example.org