C.A.T.S Teams Up with Lynchburg DPT Program to Put Smiles on Children's Faces
Written by Alyssa Wilson~ University of Lynchburg Bonner Intern
In 2014, a woman named Cathie Cummins, a retired therapist, saw a need in her community for free assistive technology like wheelchairs, for disabled children and their families.
Cummins started a nonprofit organization out of her garage in that year that is now known as Children’s Assistive Technology Service (C.A.T.S.) and has served many children and families since.