What assistive devices are you using? How are they helping you? When and how did you decide to start using them?

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Hi Michael,

I've been very fortunate - so far I can get away with just using a cane - mostly against fatigue, but also helpful in balance and mitigating hip, leg and foot pain.  I have also made use of scooter-chairs at museums, malls, and other large areas, when they are available.  If they aren't I just can't go as far.  But I can get around the house or walk short distances without aids.  As I say - very fortunate.

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