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Do you live with an elderly loved one? Does your aging parent live with a mobility issue? If you’ve answered “yes” to these questions, you’ve likely already made some significant changes to your home in order to improve its safety. Some of those changes may have been as simple as removing throw rugs from any walking areas. They are known to be tripping hazards. Some other changes are a bit more significant. Is it time to install a stair lift in your home?
If the senior in your home has a hard time getting up and down the stairs, a stair lift is a sound solution. Needless to say, you don’t want your elderly loved one to lose balance and fall down the stairs. The end result would be undeniably disastrous. Consider some of the top benefits of installing a stair lift in your home.
In fact, “climbing” is completely taken out the equation. A home stair lift is a motorized chair that slowly and safely glides up and down a set of stairs. It is affixed to a metal rail that is mounted to the stair treads. As a result, a senior or member of your family with a disability requires no physical exertion to ascend or descend any steps. The risk of falling is completely eliminated.
“You no longer have to worry about the tricky stairs along with the trips and falls they cause,” affirms U.S.-based Next Day Access, “As the sense of balance diminishes as we age, moving things up and down a set of stairs can turn into a true hazard, real fast. Adding a stair lift in the home is one way to help provide peace of mind for both parents and children.”
If you’re an individual with mobility issues, you certainly contend with a lot more than just physical limitations. It can be a strain on your emotional state to constantly have to depend on others for help. Regaining confidence is often done when you regain your independence. A stair lift installed in your home can help you to do that. The mobility solution allows you to get up and down the stairs all on your own.
“Without a stair lift, going up a staircase can be a painful experience where you may need assistance,” notes the U.K.’s thyssenkrupp Home Solutions, “Stair lifts help you get around the house with ease and without anyone’s help. They are easy to use and require no professional operation. All you have to do is get on the stair lift, strap yourself in and get it going. With a stair lift, you can get yourself to the next floor in your house in just a few seconds.”
Take advantage of LifeCare Mobility Solutions’ COVID-19 Stay at Home Special! For a limited time, we are offering the Handicare 1100 Straight Stair Lift for $2,995.00 taxes in. The regular price is $3,395.00, so you’ll enjoy a savings of $400.00! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us at 416-267-9800 or email us at email@example.com. You may also contact us by filling out the form on our Contact page!