Choosing Your Stairlift

A Stairlift enables you to access all floors and rooms in your home, when maneuvering the staircase becomes hazardous to your health and/or mobility.

Points to consider about your Mobility;

  • Your ability to transfer on and off the seat – including access to the stairlift, sitting down and standing up from it again
  • Your balance – this is your ability to remain steady when standing or to remain stationery and when seated, and includes your ability to hold your body stable on the stairlift
  • Your posture – the position in which you hold your body and your ability to change position
  • Your body weight –  Our advisors will ensure that your scooter is suitable for you!

Who would a stairlift not be appropriate for?

  • Consider your sight, perception and memory – good ability in these areas ensure that a stairlift would be safe for you.

Choosing the right Stairlift for you

Upon accessing a usability survey and assessment, your requirements and options would be discussed. Stairlifts are available in straightcurved and perched formats and can accommodate majority of user’s needs. With various technologies available, stairlifts are often built to your unique specifications to meet your individuial requirements, tailored made to your home and to suit your lifestyle requirements.

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What should I do next?

Consider the needs of the stairlift user when deciding which type of stairlift would be most suitable.

Book a home demonstration

You can enquire online or  speak to any of our Independent Living Store staff who can advise on best requirements, Stairlift assessments, great price, warranties and ongoing product support. As industry leaders, we thrive on giving our customers the very best service required. Search around our website and see what products we can provide to help support an independent living lifestyle.

Source; http://www.dlf.org.uk/factsheets/stairs

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