When baseball pitcher, Matt Bruback, was hit in the knee with a crushing line drive in 2001, he never thought it would lead to a life-changing product for people with Asperger's syndrome, autism and other developmental conditions.
But 13 years later, the weighted device Bruback created to retrain his own muscles and movements is helping children and adults with developmental disabilities better understand their body mechanics and improve gross motor skills.
For the parents of one 10-year-old boy with Down Syndrome, this means seeing their son walk independently for the first time in his life.
Entrepreneur Bruback talks about giving up baseball to develop Miracle Belt and Sensory Belt and how these innovative products are changing lives.
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