Five Questions With: Cyndi Fuchs

CYNDI FUCHS, an assistant professor in the occupational therapy department at the New England Institute of Technology, poses with a modified toy car designed in New England Tech’s Go Baby Go program, in which students reconfigure toy cars to be used by children diagnosed with physical disabilities. / COURTESY NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Cyndi Fuchs is an occupational therapist and an assistant professor in the occupational therapy department at the New England Institute of Technology. Fuchs recently started a program at New England Tech called “Go Baby Go,” in which students designed modifications to toy cars for children who have physical disabilities that affect their mobility. She spoke…

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