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An Engineer from Pune has made going up and down the SeeDee an easy and affordable solution

A task as simple as going up, and down the stairs is a difficult ordeal for wheelchair users. The lack of lifts or ramps in buildings and public spaces is enough to confine them indoors. Jamshed Dalal an engineer from Pune faced the same issue when his father was diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), a chronic lung disease which puts someone to the wheelchair as a preventive measure. Jamshed saw his father struggle to do regular day to day things which he could do earlier. Jamshed wanted to find an efficient solution for his father and that’s when he was struck with the idea of SeeDee.

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