GoBabyGo of South Central Indiana is a program for children with motor and cognitive developmental delays.

The program works with Purdue engineering students in collaboration with physical therapists, recreational therapists, and engineers to use the donated vehicles from Cummins to supply design teams with the tools necessary for custom builds. Cummins currently provides students with the base-model vehicles, with engineers from Cummins and KPIT helping to facilitate customization for the vehicle recipients.

Students evaluate every child’s needs and work with their families to custom design a vehicle to meet specific physical therapy goals.

By receiving adapted battery-powered cars and four-wheelers, participants are able to gain mobility in their environment.