Students create ‘GoBabyGo Cart’ for boy with autism and Down Syndrome


LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — A Louisa County boy with a dual diagnosis of Down Syndrome and autism is moving a lot faster after receiving a special gift from high school students. 

Five-year-old Brandon Bristow, who is a student at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, is sure to live life in the fast lane from this day forward after getting a special “GoBabyGo Cart.” It’s a small go-cart made for young children with disabilities and special needs. 

Students and faculty at Louisa County High School Career and Technical Education made the go-cart in just three weeks. It was specifically modified for Bristow, who plans to get a lot of use out of it.  

The go-cart was given to Bristow Tuesday morning at the high school

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