The project that I will be working on is called The Infant Smart-Mobile Project. This device will help detect if an infant is at risk for developmental disabilities before it becomes a problem for the infant. This way it can be addressed and hopefully minimized since the developmental disability was detected early. The disability the research group focuses on the most is cerebral palsy in children but the Infant Smart-Mobile will focus on three month old infants. Cerebral palsy is a disability that affects the motor skills of the individual, whether it is limb movement or posture balance, which is caused by abnormal brain development. Not being able to have good motor skills can be difficult for anyone of all ages. When the Smart-Mobile is in use it will help facilitate a more regular kicking pattern if the infant does not appear to have one. The device will do this by giving positive reinforcement to the infant by way of movement of a hanging device or sound and lights. The part of the project that I am working on is the placement of the sensors. The MetaWear sensors will be placed into a baby suite while the Texas Instruments sensors will be more like an anklet that can be placed anywhere on the leg. These sensors will help determine if the baby is kicking properly. I will also be helping my project teammates with getting the sensors properly up and running.