Mukilteo local helps adapt toys for special needs children through UW-based program


Last updated 11/29/2017 at Noon

Brandon Nguyen (far right) and fellow HuskyADAPT members at the National Student Conclave. From left to right, Shawn Israel, Heather Feldner, Megan Thomas, Francesca Lahoz, Aileen Isakharova and Brandon Nguyen. All members photographed are studying, or have studied, physical therapy.

Brandon Nguyen is a busy man. Having finished his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and working on a graduate degree in physical therapy, he spends a large amount of his time adapting toys for special needs children.

Nguyen, a Mukilteo local who graduated from Archbishop Murphy, is a chair member for HuskyADAPT, a UW organization that works with community members, health clinics and families to adapt toys and other products for children and people with special needs.

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