My journey with e-NABLE has been short but very rewarding; I found out about the organisation through its social media channels and immediately looked into the work it was doing. I made contact and met with the founder of e-NABLE, who told me all about the project and how it functions. Just a few days later, we started the process of printing a assistive device limb. What I liked the most was the interdisciplinary support of e-NABLE and the possibility of offering the recipient both physical and emotional rehabilitation. I like to support initiatives that have easily measurable results, in this case, with grateful smiles. I really enjoy putting my knowledge to use with such a great organisation.