NEWARK LIFE—It may be a high-tech world, but researchers in Newark, Del., are monitoring the effectiveness of a decidedly low-tech harness system that could offer new hope for survivors of traumatic brain injuries. At the GoBabyGo! Café on the University of Delaware’s STAR Campus, traumatic brain injury survivors such as Corey Beattie can stand tall and work, serving bagels, coffee, or ice cream to customers while simultaneously incorporating several types of therapy into their activities.

According to Devina Kumar, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Delaware, the GoBabyGo! Café is producing good results for traumatic brain injury survivors who suffer from poor balance and low mobility. Read the full article on Newark Life.

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