At GoBabyGo! we are committed to a single, urgent vision:
All people exploring their world via independent mobility!
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Real world harness systems: ground-breaking shift in comprehensive real-habilitation and community participation.
In the driver’s seat with GoBabyGo
MICHELE LEHMAN For the Journal Sep 6, 2016 | EUREKA — A Eureka service organization and two local banks have given the gift of mobility to a Washington child with a crippling disease. Eureka Greater Area Kiwanis Club, Goodfield State Bank and Heartland Bank provided...
Children with little mobility get some vroom to maneuver thanks to modified battery-boosted rides
By Rick Ruggles / World-Herald staff writer Updated Aug 12, 2016 | Now Madeline Hauschild will be able to drive a toy car just like her brother. On Wednesday, Madeline, 3, received a battery-operated toy car modified so that she could sit in it and make it go forward...
Why Power Wheels Are the Perfect Physical Therapy Tool for Kids
By Kate Horowitz AUG 9, 2016 | It's 3 p.m. in the basement of the engineering building at Central Connecticut State University. Desks and chairs have been pushed against the walls to make space for the main event. Within this ring is a second circle of adults in...
GoBabyGo Name Usage
Thank for your interest in using the GoBabyGo name. The GoBabyGo project was started at the University of Delaware adopted by schools and service groups around the world. Its mission has focused on increasing mobility and quality of life solutions for children whose access to such may be limited during their early developmental years for a variety of reasons. It was always intended to be an innovative movement for inclusiveness, and its growth is a testimony to the project’s success. Centered around the modification of ride-on cars for children with disabilities, the network of engaged participants and leaders has expanded as individuals and organizations independently spearhead their own programs to build ride-on cars for children in their communities. As such, we believe there should be no restrictions on the continued development of GoBabyGo programs wherever they are needed; the University of Delaware has voluntarily chosen to “donate” the use of the GoBabyGo name in connection with modified electric vehicles operable by children to the world. By releasing to the public domain any trademark rights that it may have in the GoBabyGo name, the University of Delaware is hoping to facilitate other independent initiatives to help bring this valuable mission to their community