World Health Organization (WHO) defines assistive products as any product, instrument, equipment adapted or specially designed for improving the functioning of a person with a disability.

Adaptive & assistive devices help an individual to maintain or improve their day to day functioning and help reduce dependence on caregivers. With the help of these devices, a person with a disability is empowered to participate in society at large, thereby going a long way in enhancing their overall well being.

Adaptive & assistive devices are an important part of an individual's life. With inputs from technical advisors and our teams' insights on People with Disabilities, we have thoughtfully and carefully identified assistive devices to enable its users to become independent with ease.

We are also mindful that the days of “one size fits all” are long gone and we make sure every individual receives a device that fits their body, preferences, activities and lifestyle. We endeavor to provide customized devices to all our users. Once an order is placed with us, we take individual measurements, customize the device or devices and deliver it at your doorsteps, along with providing training on ‘how to use this device?’.

The child is walking with the assistance of rollaters and the clinician is helping the child

Assistive Devices


Crutch is a mobility aid that transfers the body weight from lower body (the legs) to the upper body(hands& shoulders). It is useful for people who cannot use their leg to support their body weight due to short-term injuries, neurological impairment or disability. Crutches provide ambulatory support and provide mobility options to enable the individual to stay mobile and active. Crutches are a vital adjunct for those with acute and chronic injuries to maintain mobility and independence.

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Ambulation is the ability to walk from place to place, but this can be difficult for children and adults with physical disabilities. A walker enables them to be mobile and perform their daily activities to their maximum functional capacity.

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Orthosis are custom-made or prefabricated devices used to optimize body functions and body posture to help promote an individual’s participation in everyday activities and therefore the community. Using this assistive device also prevents secondary complications such as deformities.

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A frame is an assistive device that is specifically designed to allow individuals to stand or sit from short to extended periods. Using a frame aids the development of motor coordination and head control. Also facilitates muscle and bone development. This increases the individuals' self-confidence and allows them to experince the joy of standing and siting.

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A medical chair provides external support to individuals with inadequate postural control. This control assists the person with a disability to maintain body alignment, which they are unable to do and therefore can not maintain a sitting position. These chairs make them experience the joy of sitting..

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Scooter board

A scooter board is a small rectangle or square with four wheels, like a wide skateboard, though the scooter boards wheels rotate in all directions. This device helps build strength in different parts of the body - the upper body, lower body and also core muscles. With muscle strength, the individual can perform various functions that they were unable to perform otherwise. Like, using hands for activities of fine control like writing, painting or using cutlery or using the hips, knees and ankles for walking up hills, running, jumping and build the ability to sit upright for longer.

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  • Chandana

    Meet Chandana, a child with ASD the mother shares her child’s improvement after therapy. Her behavior has improved a lot, and she has started to comprehend and ask questions on her own. She speaks with more clarity and meaningfully. Her mother says she loves attending therapy and after joining in Svastya, Chandana is more comfortable in different surroundings.

  • Nisha's mother holding Nisha

    Meet this little one Nisha, she is 1 and half year-old child with cerebral palsy, she had issues with sitting, reduced neck control. Now with rigorous therapies and practice, the mother is really happy to see her sit through the session and respond to it. Now she vocalizes and calls us whenever in need. She will contiue her therapy regularly for further development..

  • yug

    Meet 3-year-old, Yug he was diagnosed with autism. He had a lot of sensory problems and was hyperactive. From past 4 months he is going to Giftabled Svastya in Kasturi Nagar for occupational therapy, speech therapy and Special education. Immense changes have been observed in yug’s behavior, understanding and physical skills. Now my son plays with me and smiles back, which melts my heart!.

  • I am so happy to see my son Ali sit and talk to us. He was not able to talk or sit by himself. With therapy Ali got head control and GiftAbled provided the magic chair to my son. He loves to sit in it and watch TV and paly with his brothers and sisters. Thank you - says Mohammed Wazid , father of Ali who is auto driver by profession.

    Mohammed Wazid
  • Mohammed Thouqif is our only son among three daughters. He is very intelligent but he cannot stand or walk by himself. He kept asking me appa when will I stand or can I even stand. He used to go to various therapies but nobody said he can stand and then I came across Jeeva maam who said, of course he can experience standing and supported us with standing and sitting chair. I am so happy that I could fulfil his dreams. Now I drop him to school in my auto and we can carry the frame to school too. He is so happy to be standing in his PT class along with his friends. Thank you - says Mohammed thouqif’s father, auto driver at Tiruvallur District

    Mohammed  Thouqif Father
  • My son was not able to respond to our voice, then when we showed to the doctors at age of 6 months, they told us that our child cannot hear. My wife died when our son was six months old, I was shattered left with no family and money, couldn’t afford single day meal. I could not even think of getting a hearing aid for my child and food was more important. I work as laborer in Pune and my sister took care of our son. Thanks to our therapist Nirakar and Sadanand who offered to help my son. I really don’t know how to thank them, there are no words, they gave him hearing aid and thought my sister speech activities. Today he goes to school and speaks to me over the phone. I wanted to end my life, thanks to god, my sister, therapists am where I and my son are today - says Sumit’s father Sudarshan.