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kim l. from morgantown, wv (caregiver)
ages 26-50, spastic quadriplegia and CP
light weight but sturdy and safe. Easy to use.
It should come with the chains needed to use the lift.
Reviewed on 04/21/2010
ken a. from moorestown, nj (caregiver)
Age 72 Fibromyalgia + muscle weakness Recent knee replacement Left shoulder pain problem Ascites
Sturdy and easy to use
Frame will not fit under our low bedframe
Reviewed on 04/11/2010
joseph l. from loudon, tn (caregiver)
Female 95, limited mobility
Reviewed on 12/31/2009
angela b. from miami, fl (caregiver)
My 90 yr old father with dementia and specially his caregiver love this product. It was easy to set up and to use.
Ease of use and price
Reviewed on 12/02/2009
donald j. from carmel, ca
80 year olf wife with dementia. She has trouble getting out of a chair, so with the lift it is easy and no strain on her or me. Great product.
Hydraulic lift easy to operate
wheels don't turn too easily on carpet, but thats understandable.
Reviewed on 07/26/2009
sarah w. from garden city, ks (caregiver)
This is being used to provide training for CNA and CMA future employees.
Reviewed on 06/08/2009
jorge s. from woodstock, ga (caregiver)
87 y.old.. Multiple strokes, on wheel chair.
My mother is 79, she use it every day...No complaints so far
None reported yet...later??
Reviewed on 03/22/2009
rosalind m. from alpena, ar (caregiver)
90 yr old. my mother is wheelchair bound for past 10 years and unable to stand on her own.
Very solid construction, well built and easy to use. Everything worked just fine.
The weaknesses for my situation is this is actually the wrong type of lift for my mom and me. She needs something to help her stand from a sitting position.
Reviewed on 12/20/2008
kathy c. from rainelle, wv (caregiver)
78-year old female w/dementia, vertebras in back crumbling,left knee gives out,left arm bone crumbled after surgery to set break.
Lightweight, mobile and easy to clean. We will know more later as mother's condition probably will continue to deteriorate. We only use it now when she falls to get her up.
The seat seems to hurt the back of mother's legs when she is being lifted.
Reviewed on 10/08/2008
rosa lina g. from keller, tx (caregiver)
62 ysr old, no legs from knee, very fragil.
I think it needs brakes in the back wheels.
Reviewed on 09/28/2008