I have been running my STEM workshops for about a year now and have reached over 2000 children. The most memorable moment for me was when I was working on a 2 week (30 hour) STEM program for 6 special needs children. Some of the children were non-verbal, others had high needs and I was explained that at least one child may not live due to her brain tumor condition. So for 2 weeks I worked with my team to put together a hands-on STEM workshop 3 hours per day to reach and encourage these children to enjoy learning with their hands. We used hand gestures, songs and technology to encouarge interaction and engagement. By the end of the 2 weeks I wrote a report for each child and gave it to their parents to show them that children with special needs can learn to love STEM subjects when they are given the right resources and encouraging environment.