A former Wisconsin social worker makes custom dolls for children with physical differences so they can finally ‘see how beautiful they are’

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Amy Jandrisevits, a former social worker, started making dolls about five years ago for children with physical differences. The dolls, she said, help children cope with their differences and “see how beautiful they are.”  Since the small online business became a nonprofit last spring, 400 people have commissioned her to make dolls that look like a child in their lives. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Amy Jandrisevits has always kept dolls.

As a child, she played with them. And as an adult working as a social worker in oncology settings in Wisconsin, she used

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