An 11 year old girl, Taylor Smith, living in Melbourne-Geelong has been suffering from Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita which means from the day she was born she has no muscles in her arms which makes everyday things hard and impossible to play standard video games.
At a friend's house she first found a Wii but could not grab onto the controls. So Tony the house resident tried headbands to attach the wii onto her hand and for the first time little Taylor was able to play video games for her first time. Doing so she would also be able to play tennis, bowling golf and everything else she would struggle with in the real world.
Happy about their daughter new found enjoyment they went looking for their very own Nintendo Wii console but were unable to find themselves a copy (there's always the vii.....) and Australia won't be getting anymore until next year. So the parents decided to send a letter to Nintendo; amazingly Nintendo sent a brand new Wii console.
Link to us http://wii.mmgn.com/News/Nintendo-Donates-Wii-Console-T
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