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Stairlift Terms to Know

If you or a loved one has recently become injured or disabled, you may be looking for more information about mobility products. Stairlifts, platforms and other handicap equipment can help to make everyday life easier for you and your family. The disabled person in your life may be able to drive an automobile or get around the house better with the help of corrective tools. Become familiar with these 10 terms used in the mobility industry.

  • Stairlift - An electric, seated device on a straight or curved ramp that allows a disabled or elderly person to get up the stairs easily.
  • Platform - A vertical, power-operated surface used to life wheelchair-bound individuals into a van.
  • Bath Rail - A metal bar permanently connected to a bathtub or shower to help a person with mobility issues get in and out without additional assistance.
  • Elevator - A moving device that can transport people from one floor to another. Elevators in public buildings can be used by wheelchair-bound people and people who can walk. Special elevators can be put into residential homes for wheelchair users.
  • Handicap - A disadvantage due to an injury or illness.
  • Glides - Tiny, plastic pieces that can be attached to the bottom of a person's walker to make using the device easier.
  • Scooter - A power-operated riding device typically with a basket in the front that can be used for mobility by people who cannot walk.
  • Wheelchair Accessible - Refers to a place that can easily be entered by a person in a wheelchair because of wider doors or ramps.
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    Jameson Medical, Inc.
    Ashburnham, MA 01430
    Make it easier to get around when you purchase one of our stair lifts from our affordable and local Wisconsin area suppliers. Get between floors and into large vehicles with ease with our stair lifts.
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    Lancaster, CA 93534
    Providing the best prices on indoor and outdoor stair lifts in the local Wisconsin area. If you or a loved one is looking for more mobility in your home or workplace, try our stair lifts.
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    A & J Mobility
    333 Washington St, Valders, WI 54245
    (920) 775-9333
    Advantage Mobility & Services LLC
    2833 Stanley St, Stevens Point, WI 54481
    (715) 341-2712
    Mobility Works
    N8w22195 Johnson Dr, Waukesha, WI 53186
    (262) 574-0970
    Discount Ramps
    760 S Indiana Ave, West Bend, WI 53095
    (262) 353-9113
    Knueppel Health Care Services Inc
    1143 Warwick Way, Racine, WI 53406
    (262) 321-0110
    GT Mobility & Services
    844 Ontario Rd, Green Bay, WI 54311
    (920) 491-8384
    Thedacare At Home
    2100 Omro Rd, Oshkosh, WI 54904
    (800) 984-5554
    Lincoln Conversion
    1871 N Stevens St, Rhinelander, WI 54501
    (715) 369-5000
    Metrocare Home Medical & Rehab Equipment
    W188n11927 Maple Rd, Germantown, WI 53022
    (262) 250-0820
    Home Accessibility
    105 W Main St, Dane, WI 53529
    (608) 849-9779
    Toys for Trucks
    2326 S Washburn St, Oshkosh, WI 54904
    (920) 231-7763
    Community Home Medical Equipment LLC
    130 Richland Sq, Richland Center, WI 53581
    (608) 647-4963
    Erickson Auto Trim Inc
    644 Valley Rd, Menasha, WI 54952
    (920) 731-7910
    Braun ThyssenKrupp Elevator LLC
    2829 Royal Ave Ste 100, Madison, WI 53713
    (800) 236-3538
    Access Ability Home Medical
    3203 Washington Rd, Kenosha, WI 53144
    (262) 634-5417


    Sometimes, older people and those with disabilities need assistance getting up the stairs. If they live in a home that has two floors, getting up and down the stairs on their own can be tough, not to mention a lengthy process. There is a solution to this problem, and that is to have a stairlift installed. Stairlifts are mechanical devices that lift people and wheelchairs from upstairs to downstairs and vice versa. A chair sits on a lifting platform attached to a rail. This electric device provides a smooth ride up and down the stairs, eliminating the hassle of climbing the stairs and risking a fall. They are ideal for the disabled, along with senior citizens who are unable to run up and down stairs. Stairlifts can curve up a staircase or travel vertically straight up and down, depending on the style of the staircase. Some can even be located outdoors, as they glide and scoot up outdoor staircases and porches. You can install one yourself or have a professional contractor install it for you. Other types of stairlifts include those located within handicap accessible vans, complete with platforms to safely lift wheelchairs in and out of the handicap automobile. Similar electrical powered devices are also used in bathrooms, to get people safely in and out of their tubs. Elevators are related pieces of equipment that can also be installed. Stairlift providers sell all the supplies and equipment needed to install these devices aimed at keeping people, with wheelchairs or without, mobile. Residential mobility products include home elevators, vertical platform lifts, ramps, straight rails and curved rails.
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