In 2006, Cole Galloway- along with Sunil Agrawal- launched the “GoBabyGo!” program. Galloway started the program with the primary goal of providing mobility to children with walking and crawling problems. He wanted to give them the ability to engage in the action at home, in daycare, or even on the playground.
Although the program originated at the University of Delaware, throughout the past nine years it has grown to include clinicians, students, community members, physical therapists, and many more across the nation.
Today, “GoBabyGo!” not only helps children who have walking and crawling disabilities, but also aims to provide movement systems for children who have difficulty using their arms and hands.
October 31st marked the end of National Physical Therapy Month. However, PT’s everywhere are still transforming lives day in and day out. Check out this awesome video about the “GoBabyGo” program- posted by the APTA!