UD's Cole Galloway discusses the GoBabyGo project.

'A Movement for Mobility'

Galloway's GoBabyGo talk now available on TEDMED website


2:49 p.m., March 19, 2015--The University of Delaware’s Cole Galloway joined 75 other internationally recognized thought leaders at TEDMED 2014, “Unlocking Imagination in Service of Health and Medicine.”

Galloway, a professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, shared the story of the GoBabyGo Program, which has impacted kids and their families across the globe through research, workshops and grassroots community efforts to adapt off-the-shelf ride-on cars for special-needs kids.

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His talk, “A Movement for Mobility,” focused on the importance of independent mobility for children to fully develop cognitively, emotionally and physically.

The talk is now available on the TEDMED website.

TEDMED is the independently owned and operated health and medicine edition of the world-famous TED conference, dedicated to “ideas worth spreading.” TED Talks have been viewed online over two billion times around the world.

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