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Go Baby Go! Milwaukee, is an outreach program co-sponsored by the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Engineering Center and Children's Wisconsin that provides battery-powered, ride-on cars for children with limited mobility. Currently managed by Marquette Biomedical Engineering graduate Molly Erickson, the Milwaukee branch of the Go Baby Go! program launched in 2016 has delivered over 200 ride-on cars to eligible children in Wisconsin.
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GoBabyGo! Milwaukee welcomes colleagues from Mexico to grow the program internationally
The Go Baby Go! MKE team hosted visitors from the CIBAC Gait and Biomedical Engineering lab located at the Monterey Institute of Technology in Chihuahua, Mexico. The CIBAC team received training to build their own custom ride-on cars for children with special needs. Continue Reading
Marquette celebrates the 200th car donation through Go Baby Go! Milwaukee
In a striped half-zip fleece and khaki pants, 3-year-old Eli Kuehl sits on the gym floor with his mother, Meghan, on a Saturday afternoon at the Helfaer Tennis and Recreation Center. With a green pacifier in his mouth, he bounces and wiggles impatiently as she searches a diaper bag for a snack. Continue reading
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Go Baby Go! Milwaukee works with Graduate and Undergraduate volunteers from Marquette University. PT/OT students interested in working with the Go Baby Go, Milwaukee program may contact Anne Pleva and Ann Millard, respectively. Undergraduate students are invited to reach out to the Marquette Student Chapter of BMES. Individuals seeking to further their education are welcomed to explore the Marquette-MCW Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering.
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