Click here to read all about how UCF Go Baby Go is collaborating with Chance 2 Dance to provide accessible options for participation in dance through the use of portable pediatric harness systems!
Orlando Health, UCF Help Children With Special Mobility Needs
How One Cafe Is Giving Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors A New Sense Of Purpose
By: Nancy DeVault
UCF hosted the FIRST Go Baby Go! Global Summit, January 20-21, 2017 in Orlando Florida! Click on the link below to read the full story covered by the UCF College & Campus News!
Jennifer Tucker received the (President's) award from NDSC President Marilyn Tolbert in recognition of UCF Go Baby Go!'s efforts to improve "the lives of
individuals with Down syndrome through research and community outreach."
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Tucker and Cole Galloway (back row, third and fourth from left) with Patrick Pabian
(front row, far right) and other Go Baby Go! team members at the convention
February 24, 2016
February 17, 2016
University cafe accommodates limited-mobility staff
Knights on the Go at the University of Central Florida incorporates a specially designed harness system that allows workers with motor impairments to move and function.
February 1, 2016
UCF unveils first therapy cafe in Florida
December 4, 2015
UCF students give modified toy cars to 16 children who are unable to walk
October 1, 2015
ONE Central Florida Short: Go Baby Go!
Babies! Start your engines! Winter Haven child gets the gift of mobility
WINTER HAVEN - Ava Brown was 18 months old. She hadn't crawled. She hadn't said a word. She hadn't even sat up on her own...
July 13, 2015
Go Baby Go - A UCF Mobility Initiative
June 1, 2015
UCF Provides Modified Kiddie Cars to Special Toddlers, Only the Beginning
Barnabas Dowdell was born with Down syndrome, and moving his lower body is a challenge. So his mom was astonished when the
13-month-old drove his new retrofitted...
November 24, 2014
July 23, 2015
The Ingenious Way That Those with Traumatic Brain Injuries Are Getting Back on Their Feet
Visionary Cole Galloway won't settle for anything less than complete mobility.