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As the newest hub for GoBabyGo, Cleveland State is promoting mobility in young children through a unique multidisciplinary project housed in the new Center for Innovation in Medical Professions. Together with GoBabyGo families and researchers around the world, CSU faculty, students and community partners are developing low-cost, high-impact technologies ranging from battery-powered, ride-on cars for infants to hands-free harness systems for older adults.

Every GoBabyGo car is tailored to a specific child’s therapeutic goals and helps fulfill the universal need for independence, exploration and play. Collaborations with partners and sponsors across Northeast Ohio help ensure any family can access GoBabyGo resources, participate in our programs and benefit from our services, regardless of income or ability.


If you know a child who might benefit from their own GoBabyGo race car, please fill out this
Intake Form 



On-Line:
Choose: "Other" from the drop-down gift designation menu
Write in: "GoBabyGo"

Mail a Check:
c/o GoBabyGo Advancement
College of Sciences and Health Professions
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue, SR 353
Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214
Please note GoBabyGo in the memo line

Contact Us:
You can help by sponsoring a race car for a child with special needs or contributing to our research, education and community service programs:
d.d.day@csuohio.edu or 216.875.9801

ANNOUNCING THE 2017 NATIONAL INTERSTATE CAR BUILDING WORKSHOP
Every racecar is tailored to a specific child’s therapeutic goals and helps fulfill the universal need for independence, exploration and play. Collaborations with partners and sponsors across Northeast Ohio help ensure any family can access CSU resources, participate in our programs and benefit from our services, regardless of income or ability. 


Registration is currently FULL
Please contact Dr. Madalynn Wendland if you are interested in signing up for future workshops
m.wendland@csuohio.edu