The Children’s Adaptive Resources for Social Mobility (CARS) undergraduate club designs, builds and distributes cost-effective models of toy-based technology, including ride-on cars, to allow for non-discriminatory access and availability to children with disabilities.

CARS also contributes effort to the Go Baby Go (GBG) program. GBG is a community-based outreach program that works with families, clinicians and industry to provide pediatric equipment to children with disabilities for movement, mobility and socialization. The primary mission of GBG is to provide modified ride-on cars to children with disabilities to use as a powered mobility device for fun, function, and exploration.

Read: Go Baby Go aims to improve lives of kids living with disabilities

Faculty advisers | Sam Logan

Club officers | Christina Cafferata | Tyler Fechtel | Marie Wilkey

Additional resources | CARS Facebook | Go Baby Go Oregon Facebook