From the rehabilitation observation, I founded that the walking program is assistless, and it’s only based on the experience of the helper (rehabilitation division). To helpers, there are many problems while the first attempt like they can’t know where to grab or the force, etc. On the other hand, to users, they don’t feel comfortable during the progress, further, this would indirectly lead to other effects, such as slouching.
Using wearable devices to change the form of walking rehabilitation, to make helpers know the pulling position and easy operation, which is more effective than the original method. Despite helpers, rehabilitation of the feeling is improved, and the back area can guide the correct posture for walking. (keeping the back straight)
Experience the situation of stroke patients and helpers in walking rehabilitation. The patient feel uncomfortable during being lifted, and the traditional assistive methods did not pay attention to their self-esteem and psychology; the assistant would not know the correct lifting position and the amount of force applied during the first attempt.
Helpers pull the assistive device behind to provide external force to assist users in doing the rehabilitation. There is no need to move by grasping the patient's clothes; on the one hand, it dramatically reduces the discomfort of the user. On the other hand, the helper can quickly and accurately find the lifting position.
The position of the abdomen is divided into the upper, middle, and lower three sections to sew, in order to prevent the device from loosening or falling off due to use.