Baltimore, MD (April 7, 2016) – Henry Adams‘ own Adam Palanker spent a day helping out at the Maryland School for the Blind. He helped build and heavily modify the electrical systems to power wheels in order to adapt them for children with special needs. This was completed as part of the Go Kids Go program. It’s estimated that the program has retrofitted 100 power wheels to date.
Go Kids Go, founded by Cole Galloway, strives to provide mobility to children with cognitive or physical disabilities by closing the “exploration gap.” Galloway describes the gap as the difference between typically developing children and those who suffer from mobility issues due to conditions like cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. Using modified power wheels, these young explorers are able to become mobile during critical early years of development.
Henry Adams is a high-performance consulting firm, providing specialized mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering services to public and private clients. Founded in 1898, the firm is comprised of over 30 technical and support personnel. Between the Baltimore Headquarters and Washington, DC satellite office, Henry Adams serves clients in several market sectors throughout the mid-Atlantic area and are actively engaged in a diverse portfolio of projects that include high quality and unique projects.