Every day, twice a day, when kids in Lakewood, Texas cross the street, Mr. Kent keeps them safe. So when his wife's medical bills piled up, a group of dads got together to help him out. Michaela Pereira has the story.
It's no secret that having a disability is expensive, and a real financial strain for the millions of disabled Americans and their families. So, Congress has come up with a solution: tax-free savings accounts to pay for special needs. Dana Bash has the story.
13- year-old Dawson Riverman was born without fingers on his left hand, but a 3D printer and some generous people changed that. Riverman wanted to pay it forward, so he and his family teamed up with a local school to purchase a 3D printer that will be used exclusively for prosthetics that will go to people around the world who need them.
85 orthopedic surgeons are providing more than 100 knee and hip surgeries, free of charge, to people who desperately need them but cannot afford them. Visit www.opwalkusa.com to learn more and find out how you can help.
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