GoBabyGo at CSU is participating in federally funded studies focused on getting babies on the move. Life moves at a fast pace for most babies and their families as stationary infants grow into walking toddlers. However, when a baby’s mobility is delayed, more than just their muscles develop at a slower pace. Decreased motor skills limit these babies’ play experiences, which in turn can have consequences in brain and language development. CSU researchers are exploring how a combination of race cars, harness structures and play can help fast track a child's ability to move while strengthening their ability to catch up. GoBabyGo kids have a new way to engage with their environment and interact with their family that puts this puts the baby - instead of the diagnosis - in the driver's seat.
If you and your baby are interested in participating in research opportunities,
please email research project manager, Andrina Sabet, PT, ATP email@example.com