Assistive Devices definition

Assistive Devices means an auxiliary aid such as communication aids, cognition aids, personal mobility aids and medical aids (i.e. canes, crutches, wheelchairs, or hearing aids).

Examples of Assistive Devices in a sentence

  • Qualified Individuals with a Disability traveling with wheelchairs or Assistive Devices, or mobility aids will have no limit on liability for repair or replacement of such wheelchairs, Assistive Devices, or mobility aids.

  • If the individual received Assistive Devices and training and the individual regained or improved abilities previously lost or diminished as a result of vision loss select ''Y''.

  • Additionally, Listening Assistive Devices are available for the hearing impaired; please see the City Clerk.

  • Under no circumstances will Carrier’s liability exceed Three Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($3,500), unless Passenger is traveling with wheelchairs, mobility aids and/or Assistive Devices or Passenger has purchased excess coverage.

  • Other Assistive Devices, including prescription medicine, syringes, or auto-injectors to administer medicine and other medical equipment discussed in Section 17 may be stowed and used within the cabin.


More Definitions of Assistive Devices

Assistive Devices means an auxiliary aid such as communication aids, cognition aids, personal mobility aids, and medical aids (i.e. canes, crutches, wheelchairs, or hearing aids etc.) to access and benefit from the goods and services of FortisOntario.
Assistive Devices means the ancillary service that makes available devices, aids, controls, supplies, or appliances necessary to enable an individual to increase the ability of the individual to perform ADLs and IADLs or to communicate in the home and community. Assistive devices are available through the Community First Choice state plan.