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Hands-free-Schuhe für Menschen mit Behinderungen

Shared by Ana Duarte on 2015-10-05 15:23

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Alex Kaufman was diagnosed with scoliosis when he was 13. His father, Steve Kaufman, a robotics engineer, created hands-free shoes to help his son. To prevent the curve from worsening, Alex had to wear a big, tight torso brace — hips to armpits — 22 hours a day. Among the many unintended discomforts and inconveniences of this treatment was that Alex was unable to bend over to put on his shoes. That’s when his father stepped in. These hand-free shoes, called Quikiks™, can be easily put and worn. The patented Step-in-Go™ Hands-Free Shoe System is embedded in every pair of Quikiks™.

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