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Mitigating Measures

Mitigating measures are medications and assistive devices that an individual uses to eliminate or reduce the effects of an impairment. Examples of mitigating measures include medication for conditions like epilepsy, or major depression; insulin used to control diabetes; prosthetic devices; walkers, canes, and crutches; and hearing aids.

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