Take the Strain Out of Sitting and Rising with Lifting Seats
If you suffer from limited mobility, something as simple as transferring from the seated position to standing can start to present problems. Not only can this action become painful but it can also start to become a safety hazard, especially if the seat is too low. Lifting seats work by reducing the distance, by safely heightening the seat itself.
If your body strength is weakened either through disability, injury or age related deterioration then standing from seated and vise versa can become very difficult. With lifting seats, this problem can be tackled. This means that the user can independently seat and raise from seating.
The Stand Easy and Seat Raising Cushions
Included in our range of seating aids is a range of cushions designed to raise the surface on which you sit and the Stand Easy. The Stand Easy does not raise the seat, it is a steel standing frame that features dual handles which allows the user to grip the handles when either raising or lowering. This handy daily living aid is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.
The cushions featured in our lifting seats range all have one thing in common which is that they all can be included on your everyday furniture and that they enhance comfort and safety.
As with all our disability aids the lifting chair aids are designed with the help of occupational therapists and our in house development team. From simple daily living aids to high tech disability equipment to everything in between, here at NRS Healthcare we aim to tackle every issue that affects disabled, elderly and injured people.
For Any Further Information on Lifting Seats
If you would like to view the full range of what we supply you can do so on our website. You can place your order online or if you prefer you can call us on 0845 287 2029. The NRS team are also happy to advise should you require any further information or want to discuss the suitability of any of our products.
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- May 13th 2020