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Leckey MyWay Walking Skills Assessment

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The Leckey MyWay system is a supportive gait training walker for children which provides children maximum opportunities for interaction, exploration, and participation in a supported, upright position. Clinicians can use this Walking Skills Assessment to document a baseline and track improvement of their client's ability to stand and ambulate while using the MyWay. The Leckey Walking Skills Assessment provides four objective measurements to determine a baseline and any status changes. The outcome measures include strength, distance, velocity, and maneuverability. Directions are provided for each level of measurement describing setup and activities.

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Published: 6/19/2023

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