GoBabyGo! is a program that modifies Electric toy cars for children with motor disabilities
The Petoskey Paladins are trying to get as many teams involved with the program as possible in hopes of helping out more and more kids. GoBabyGo! is truly a remarkable experience. After all the work that is done to modify the cars, the look on the child's face when they realize they can move the car themselves is truly special. While most children have the opportunity to run around and play, these kids do not have the ability to do that, and their cars give them the opportunity to be like everyone else.
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Here is a link to the news story about the Petoskey Paladins from the build of Jeremiah's car. The story was featured on local news stations and was even picked up by the national news through CNN.
Visit GoBabyGo! Connect, which is “an online forum designed to connect chapters, families, robotics teams, universities, and other innovators that are all working towards a common goal: to improve the lives of children with limited mobility. Let’s share our ideas, inspirations, manuals, pictures, questions, and success stories to learn from one another’s work in order to help as many children as possible.”