Kids Offer Up Awesome Invention Ideas to Help Others With Cerebral Palsy

In honor of World Cerebral Palsy Day, a United Kingdom charity is giving kids with the condition an outlet for their helpful inventions.

Stick ‘N’ Step is a center in Merseyside, England, that offers free conductive education therapy to children with cerebral palsy and their families across North West England and North Wales, according to its website. The center currently supports 70 children.

This year, it decided to ask some of the children for an idea or invention that could help them with their day-to-day lives. They then filmed the answers and put the short clips online (below).

The videos, which have been posted all week leading up to World Cerebral Palsy Day, are part of an “Ideas for Change” campaign, The Liverpool Echo reported.

These imaginative children had no shortage of wonderful and adorable ideas — from a device that makes getting dressed easy, to a flying car. Check out some of our favorites below:

To hear more of these brilliant inventions, check out Stick ‘N’ Step’s YouTube channel.

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