A Jersey teenager is the first person in the Channel Islands to be fitted with this kind of bionic arm.
14-year-old Adam Dalton was born with a rare condition - congenital limb deficiency (CLD) - meaning his arms and one of his legs never fully formed. It has only affected a handful of children across the islands in the last decade.
After years of trying out different prosthetic limbs, Adam was this year offered the opportunity to be fitted with the bionic arm, which is controlled by electric signals from his muscles.
He has had to travel to the UK to be measured and fitted with the equipment, which he hopes will open him up to more opportunities.
Both Adam and his mum, Juliette, have described this new chapter in their lives as "exciting".
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