Inclusive Dolls Outfitted with Hearing Aid, Walking Cane, and Vascular Birthmark

Inclusive Dolls Outfitted with Hearing Aid, Walking Cane, and Vascular Birthmark
technology

Makies is expanding its accessory range to make room for more diverse 3D-printed dolls—and is taking suggestions

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 may 2015

In honor of the Toy Like Me campaign, which encourages greater diversity in the toy box and calls for toys that reflect children in more inclusive ways, British-based toy developer Makies is expanding its range of doll accessories to include hearing aids, walking canes, and bespoke facial characteristics.

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