DELAWARE TODAY — Ava Curran bubbles with excitement every time she gets in her sporty gray BMW i8 with her name painted across the hood in pink. Her face splits with a smile as she claps and pushes the start button. She is 19 months old.
“It’s an excellent tool to help younger kids get the urge to explore,” says Curran’s mother, Kimberly Finn. “She gets excited when it moves.”
Curran has Down syndrome, a genetic condition that causes low muscle tone and, often, delayed development. She does not crawl yet, but through a University of Delaware program called Go Baby Go, she has learned to drive. Read the full article on Delaware Today.