The cost exoskeleton models vary greatly. This depends on the case of the individual. The health insurance company for, for example, training in a rehabilitation center, the health insurance company for, among others, paraplegics, company health insurance companies and company cooperatives for occupational integration, pension insurance companies, etc. come into question. The probability of a positive decision increases with the probability of disability compensation. Furthermore, it plays a role whether the exoskeleton is to provide cosmetic or functional support. Most exoskeletons (except ReWalk) do not have an assistive device number, which in turn makes the application process more difficult, though not impossible. However, there are a few providers of exoskeletons with certified permission to bill the exoskeleton as an aid with the aid number (23.29.01.2001 and 23.29.01.3001) to health insurance companies or long-term care insurance companies.
Alternatively, there is also a stair-climbing wheelchair with aid number in the premium range called Scewo.