Jordan Reeves is an 11-year-old with crazy creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit that won’t stop. Reeves was born with an arm that stopped at the elbow. To make her life easier she designed and produced, with the help of a 3-D printer, a variety of different prosthetic arms such as one that helps her use two handed toilet paper dispensers. Her inventions landed her a spot on the Rachel Ray show where she presented her newest invention, a prosthetic arm that shoots glitter (!), to Shark Tank investor Mark Cuban. Reeves got the inspiration for the project, rightfully named Project Unicorn, because “you can never be sad with sparkles.” Read more about Reeves and Project Unicorn here
A collection of stories, experiences and uplifting tales regarding the world of disabilities and the individuals who have them.