NAU played host to the first Go Baby Go program in Arizona on Friday at the Fieldhouse. At the kickoff, 11 families of children with disabilities met with engineering students, professors and health professionals to tweak ride-on toy cars to fit each child’s needs.

“(Go Baby Go) is an international program aimed at providing mobility to kids with mobility disabilities,” said Kyle Winfree, assistant professor of informatics and computing at NAU. “We’re trying to take a toy and adapt it so that it’s now a therapy-through-play-enabling toy to allow these kids to have control over what they do in getting around.” Read more – Arizona Daily Sun

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