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Walker: Assistive Device for Multiple Sclerosis

Describe assistive device that has been developed for people with a specific physical disability. What physical limitations does this disability create? How does the device work to overcome these limitations? What risks are associated with this technology? What options were available to a person with this disability before the invention of this device?

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Assistive device

Assistive devices are based on the assistive technology. These devices are designed, made or adapted to help the physical disabled people. These devices help in performing a significant task. Some of the examples of assistive devices are wheel chairs, walkers, canes, shower chairs, crutches, etc. A large number of assistive devices are available, which can be used by the physical disabled person, who is affected by multiple sclerosis.

The assistive device is an instrument, which helps in making some activities easier. The device should be used after the advice and recommendation by the doctor. If a person is disabled with his legs, the walker is one of the appropriate assistive devices, which is used for uninterrupted walking. The balance of the body especially legs is maintained by the walker. In some of the walkers, platforms and wheels are added to support the disable person (Multiple Sclerosis: Assistive Devices, 2008).

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