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STAIR LIFTS

There are various factors that can cause our mobility to go down, making moving around a difficult task. One of those factors is old age, and in addition to growing old, other factors that can play a role in reduction in mobility are injuries, health problems and many more. There are numerous products that are designed to help people with limited mobility, move around freely and independently.

Mobility aids are assistive devices suitable for senior adults, injured people or people with decreased mobility due to other health issues, that help them carry on their daily routine without being dependent on caretakers. One of them is a wheelchair. Seniority has curated a wide range of wheelchairs that are specially designed to suit your requirements.

WHEN TO USE MOBILITY AIDS?

A mobility aid is suitable for people with temporary or permanent conditions that affect their mobility, balance and weight bearing. Some mobility aids can be used by people with sufficient upper body strength and coordination such as walkers and crutches, while other mobility aids like wheelchairs are more suited for people who need assistance in manoeuvring them or those who can self-propel. A few examples of situations where mobility aids are useful are:

    • Loss of use of limb due to injury or permanent condition

    • Weakened lower body

    • Knee/Ankle/Foot/Back Surgery

    • Fractures in the lower limbs

    • ACL tear or injury

    • Impaired balance

    • Arthritis

    • Walking impairment due to brain injury or stroke

BENEFITS OF USING MOBILITY AIDS

    • Can prevent falls and related injuries

    • Increase in confidence and independence level

    • Enhance user safety

    • Can aid in quicker recovery in case of injuries or post-surgery

    • Stability in movement and balance

    Suitable for short-term injuries as well as permanent disabilities

WHEELCHAIRS

A wheelchair is one of the most used assistive mobility devices that promote mobility and can enhance the quality of life for people who have difficulty walking. It gives a sense of independence and enables wheelchair users to live their lives as normally as possible. A proper wheelchair is also good for physical as well as mental health and can help in reducing sores and deformities caused due to incorrect posture.

BENEFITS OF WHEELCHAIRS

    • Allow users to get around and undertake daily activities without assistance

    • Reduce the risk of accidental falls

    • Can fit and manoeuvre into small spaces

    • Suitable for most terrains and surfaces

    • Can help improve the user’s social life

TYPES OF WHEELCHAIRS

The types of wheelchairs have greatly expanded, giving customers a wide range to choose from.

    • MANUAL WHEELCHAIRS:

    Manual wheelchairs are propelled by the users themselves or an attendant or caregiver push it around. There are various types of manual wheelchairs such as transport wheelchairs, folding frame manual wheelchairs, rigid frame manual wheelchairs, ultra-lightweight manual wheelchairs, lightweight manual wheelchairs, standard weight manual wheelchairs and heavy-duty manual wheelchairs. They are also segregated based on their frame material, i.e., steel, aluminium, aircraft aluminium, titanium, carbon composite.

    • STAIR CLIMBING WHEELCHAIRS:

    A stair climbing wheelchair, also known as a stairlift, is designed to go up and down the stairs. This is the perfect mobility aid for people who have trouble fully accessing their home and can be used in case of injuries, limited mobility or old age.

    • ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIRS:

    This type of wheelchair allows the user to move around without outing in any physical effort. It increases independence due to ease of use and allows users to travel greater distances without feeling tired.

    • ALL TERRAIN WHEELCHAIRS:

    This type of wheelchair has evolved over time with oversized wheels and tires to machines that are designed to tackle the challenges of off-roading. It comes with many specialized features like tank tracks, heavy duty motors and batteries, reinforced frames and beefed-up suspension. These features have made this wheelchair a favourite among the users who want to take part in outdoor activities frequently.

    • PEDIATRIC WHEELCHAIRS:

    These wheelchairs are specially designed for kids and often resemble an adult wheelchair. This type of wheelchair can be fitted with positioning devices and required components and most models have adjustments such as backrest height, seat width, armrest and footrest height etc.

    • MOBILITY SCOOTERS:

    This type of wheelchair is configured somewhat like a cart. It is also known as a power-operated scooter/vehicle or an electric scooter. Mobility scooters commonly use tiller controls, seats that may swivel etc.

    • COMMODE WHEELCHAIRS:

    A commode wheelchair comes with an open seat and can be used in the shower or placed on the commode. It allows the user to go to the bathroom without needing assistance.

BENEFITS OF STAIR CLIMBING WHEELCHAIRS

• SUITABLE FOR ALL:

A stair climbing wheelchair, or a stairlift, is suitable for all individuals requiring extra support to move up and down the stairs. The user just needs to sit in it, tie the seat belt and use the controls to get it started.

• MAKES PLACES ACCESSIBLE:

Regular wheelchairs don’t allow the user to climb or get down the stairs. This problem can be solved by stair climbing wheelchairs or stairlifts that are attached to stairs to allow the user to go up and down the stairs while sitting in it.

• EFFORTLESS AND EASY HANDLING:

A stair climbing wheelchair is very easy to handle. You just need to use the controls provided to make it go up and down the stairs. It also allows effortless mobility and gives the user a sense of independence.

• INDEPENDENCE:

Stair climbing wheelchairs are a more convenient option than asking someone to help you repeatedly. They allow the user to control the chair and move up and down without relying on caretakers or attendants.

Example

    • 130 Superglide Straight Stairlift – Acorn

    • Climber EX-Automated Emergency Stair Climbing Chair – Ostrich

STAIR CLIMBING WHEELCHAIRS AVAILABLE ON SENIORITY.IN

• 130 Superglide Straight Stairlift – Acorn

Acorn’s 130 super glide stair lift has been designed to the highest standards of comfort and safety. It is a stairlift or stair elevator that is built purely with the end-user in mind. The chair is one of the most technologically advanced stairlifts available, helping thousands of people worldwide to reclaim full access to their home. It's a safe, comfortable and simple solution to the difficulty people face with getting up the stairs. Every aspect of the Acorn Super glide Stairlift has been designed keeping comfort and safety in mind. You can effortlessly go up and down on the stairs with smooth start and stop mechanisms. Its motor’s power is 0.25KW and the motor output requires a speed not greater than 0.15 m/s. The method of driving is rack and pinion. The motor output required is Torque 108Nm and the track is made by Extruded Aluminium. The mains supply is a UK 240V / EC 220V - 50Hz charger.

• Climber EX-Automated Emergency Stair Climbing Chair – Ostrich

Ostrich presents Climber EX-Automated Emergency Stair Climbing Chair, a useful mobility aid for people with limited mobility, injuries or for senior adults. This aid allows them to be independent and makes moving up and down the stairs easier. The chair has a control panel that allows you to change its settings as per your need and comes with three interchangeable speeds for going upstairs and downstairs, i.e., high, medium and low. It has armrests that make using it comfortable and the headrest helps maintain the correct posture. It has a seat belt for safety and a cushioned seat for comfort. The chair also has handles at the back for easy manoeuvring. It has a pedal/footrest and front castor wheels.

Stair Lift for Elderly: Perfect Solution to Your Stairs Problem

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. How much do home chair lifts cost?

Stair climbing wheelchairs, or stairlifts can cost somewhere between Rs. 1,00,000 to 1,50,000. Their prices are due to their amazing functionality and their durability.

2. Can I install a stair lift myself?

It may be possible to install an automatic stair climbing wheelchair, or stairlift yourself if you are skilled, but it is strongly recommended to hire a professional to do the job because there are various factors that come into play with a stairlift, such as electricity. It is best to allow a professional to install it to avoid complications.

3. How long does it take to install a stair lift?

The average time to install a stairlift is two to three hours. It may take more depending on the model you’ve chosen and the placement of stairs.

4. Can a stairlift be fitted to any stairs?

Yes. In most cases, a stair lift can be installed to any set of stairs. However, it is advised to check the shape and design of your staircase before getting a stair lift for installation.

5. What is the best stairlift to buy?

There are a lot of stair lifts available in the market. However, Seniority has brought together the best stair lifts that come with the most useful features and functionalities.

    • Climber EX-Automated Emergency Stair Climbing Chair – Ostrich

    • 130 Superglide Straight Stairlift – Acorn

Products & Price list:

STAIR LIFTS PRICE (₹)
130 Superglide Straight Stairlift - Acorn 145,000.00
Climber EX-Automated Emergency Stair Climbing Chair - Ostrich 103,125.00

Data last updated on 07/07/2021

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