The most EPIC toy hack that is changing the lives of hundreds of special needs and disabled children!
Putting their brilliant minds and respective specialties together, Cole Galloway and Sunil Agrawal of the University of Delaware are changing the world one child at a time.
Their aim is “modifying ride-on toy cars for use by children with special needs. The purpose of these cars is to increase a child’s mobility and socialisation through fun.”
GoBabyGo is the brain child of these two magnificent men. Watch the video below to see how they are helping children with limited mobility embrace the world around them and encouraging others to do the same.
Using common items, a ride on child’s toy, and following the manual available on the GoBabyGo info page others can also do a toy hack that is utterly amazing in its simplicity! *All modifications performed on a motorised toy to be used by children MUST be assessed by an engineer prior to first use to ensure safety.
Watch how these $200 alternatives to powered wheelchairs are helping physically impaired kids get moving …
Everything Go Baby Go!
Read more about this inspiring program and the men who developed it https://www.udel.edu/researchmagazine/issue/vol3_no2/explore.html
*As stated ALL modifications need to be assessed for safety by a professional. Broadcast Parenting does not endorse the modification of any child’s toy or ride on vehicle that could compromise the safety rating of the item under Australian law. Please forward questions regarding the Go Baby Go! campaign to the contact form on their page or via their Facebook page, links are available above.