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Child Learning to Use Crayons With His Prosthesis

1950s
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Occupational therapist Jane Brown Mahan helps a child learn how to control his prosthesis.

In the 1950s, occupational therapist Jane Brown Mahan (Mrs. Guy) helps a child with prosthetic training. The 4-year-old congenital bilateral below elbow amputee is learning control of his prosthesis through coloring with a crayon.

Photo courtesy of the archive of the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
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