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Pictured: Ted with his mum Jade Stevens.
A five-year-old boy can climb and do the monkey bars like his friends for the first time thanks to a new prosthetic hook.
Ted Washer has almost no thumb and index finger on his left hand, making it impossible to grip things like climbing frames and monkey bars.
He has a condition called amniotic band syndrome, which means fibres in his mum's womb attached themselves to his fingers and thumb, essentially amputating them before he was born.
But he now has a new C-hook, designed for gymnastics, from prosthetic specialist Dorset Orthopaedic that means he can swing with the greatest of ease and feels like a superhero.