Go Baby Go adapts electric ride-in toy cars to help mobility-disabled kids under the age of six achieve mobile play
Helping kids who can't move to move, play and socialise by donating individually adapted electric toy cars. Gobabygo is on track for donating 50 cars by the end of its first year.
Go Baby Go was started by paediatric researcher Cole Galloway, Professor Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware, USA, who discovered immobility greatly impacts a child’s ability to learn and socialise with peers. GobabygoNZ picked up the torch, and will have donated 50 cars in its first year
Helping kids who aren't independently mobile by providing a specially-adapted electric ride-in BMW toy car to help them achieve mobile play, and socialise.
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