GUIDE TO BARIATRIC LIFT CHAIRS
Lift chairs are helpful in the home and for in-care residents to get up independently. These particular chairs tilt forward allowing people to slightly stand before being able to stand up by themselves. There are also lift chairs that can cater to larger weights and longer use and they are more effective and durable than normal lift chairs. Here’s a guide to bariatric lift chairs and what to look for when researching.
- Safe lifting load to suit your weight 120kg- 300kg
- Built for purpose frame and electrics
- Leg elevation above hip height
- Options for customised pressure care
- Back up battery
- Independent movement of leg/stand and backrest motors
- Available in suitable seat width, depth, and height requirements
- Removable and replaceable seat foam
Read more about Ambassador bariatric lift chairs and meeting your lift chair needs.
One of the top-selling bariatric Lift chairs is made by Ambassador in Sydney NSW. Larger clients may find moving in and out of a regular seat is no longer an option due to weight, age or health, then durable lift chairs or recliners are often a convenient way to go.
Individuals may consider a more durable, bariatric lift chair by Ambassador at around 150kg and up to 300kg. When it comes to prolonged sitting in a durable lift recliner, bariatric users have a few more comfort and health factors to add to the list. The following information includes things to look for in a bariatric lift chair, some of which are applicable to both bariatric and average-weighing individuals: