The MAXIMO assistive device is designed to allow the patient’s and caregiver’s feet to step in unison, and to provide stability.

An inventor from Miami, inspired by her personal experience, conceived the idea for the MAXIMO.

“My son suffers from cerebral palsy and needs mobility devices to help him walk. Since these products are difficult to use, I designed a more effective option that would be interactive with the therapist or caregiver,” she says in a media release from InventHelp.

The MAXIMO design is currently in the prototype stage. The inventor is seeking manufacturers or marketers to advance to the next step.

For more information, visit InventHelp.

[Source(s): InventHelp, PRWeb]