No ! Primary goals of AT is enhancement of capabilities and removal of barriers to performance. The least complex intervention should be considered first. For example, a person having difficulty in feeding, brushing or writing, a low-tech universal cuff could be adapted according to the user’s need. A head pointer or mouth stick is other low-tech device to negotiate computer-aided tasks. A tow cost and low tech wheelchair could be modified as per the individuals needs. Those who are able to afford there are high tech and cost effective wheelchair are available only after doing proper assessment of the individual.