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Make Stairs Much Safer

Going up and down the stairs is something that most aged individuals feel is the most dangerous portion of their day. Having to balance and climb can lead to falling and severely injuring yourself, and is a dangerous mix. A stair lift can turn this into an enjoyable and easy action, instead of one you fear.

Avoid Breaking a Hip

The stairway are among the very most dangerous areas at home, and a single fall can result in a serious harm which will considerably hinder you for years. By preventing falling on the staircase, you may add many additional years to your life, and revel in your family and grandkids for considerably longer. Avoid breaking a hip, knee or spine with a tumble down the staircase.

Stop Having to Worry About The Safety of Loved Ones

For the kids of aging parents, the daily worry of if their parent continues to be healthy and not trapped is a daily fear. By including a stair lift to the home, you can significantly reduce this worry, and make life much easier for everyone around, understanding that the stairs are now much safer than before.

Broken Arrow

Do you procrastinate as you get frustrated that your list of matters to do is longer and then can not get up the stairs?

Does the additional help you supply your aged parent or dependent seem overwhelming and too risky when it comes to following them up and down the stairs?

Has the thought of having to assemble an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to an individual floor home crossed your head?

Folks residing in Broken Arrow neighborhoods rely on our professionals that are qualified, because we focus on security and precision when installing your stairlift and can fit it within a few hours or within a day depending on your staircase.

Alleviating pain for the fastest growing section of the people in the world is part of what makes our communities encouraging.

Pain does not have to be a regular process of aging, but doctors admit that elderly patients often believe that it’s. Pain may interfere to your social life and can impair your daily activities. Some loved ones based on how much pain their chronic condition brought them on a daily basis and even withdraw from tasks. Millions of people suffer based on the American Pain Society and search for relief or many of them fail to find treatment.

By installing a stairlift in your Broken Arrow home, you stay mobile and still can reduce your suffering.

In the interim,, you won’t fill with stress every time you walk up the stairs. Seniors or those people who are challenged by mobility who endure a fall-related injury often require life-long care worse, or after, entirely eliminate living independently.

A stairlift will remove the anxieties and also the opportunities that you’ll aggravate your pain.

With a stairlift, you won’t have a painful tumble.

Now you cease the excruciating painful journey, since you deserve alternatives that can enhance your own life and can pursue your day-to-day tasks with comfort and advantage.

Enjoy all of the time, love and effort you’ve put into your home once more.

Keep your Independence in Oklahoma, as the stairway do not have to confine which part of the house you go to.

No one likes to feel weak. Unexpectedly needing to deal with limiting your movements as an outcome of older age or a disability can make you lose your confidence. It can decrease the quality of your life. In order to quit letting those stairway ruin your day, that is not crucial with new technologies that may be installed in your home.

A lot of folks face the tough choice of the best way to continue enjoy greater levels of dignity and to live in their home when facing mobility restrictions. Even if our bodies change with age, we are stuck with by our want in order to get around and live an independent lifestyle.

Having to wait around for someone to assist you in routine tasks or getting to your own cozy bed can take its toll. The truth is, it’s one of the core values that caregivers focus on, making sure they maintain a good sense of dignity and also admiration for a loved one.

No wonder, the desire for respect and dignity truly grows stronger when someone becomes sick, disabled, or challenged with mobility problems.

It is possible that you’ve already determined to live at home, rather than an assisted living facility, despite having to face a handicap or age-associated challenge coming your way.

Perhaps you are unfamiliar with installing a stairlift can help you keep your accessibility to each area of your house.

We would like to assist you maintain your independence so you don’t have to move away from the Broken Arrow home you love.

Our Broken Arrow staff knows how important it is to get your questions answered and is available right now to give you aid and the support you need to make an educated choice and help you move around.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) How are you supposed to run power to a stair lift?

Electric-power (AC) stairlifts require a grounded standard 110v/20 amp outlet located at or close to the bottom or top of the stairs. Plug in the DC powered stairlift when it's not used to recharge the battery. There are also DC powered units that empower the batteries to be continuously charged by the AC electricity while the stairlift uses the DC power from the batteries. The battery used stairlift will continue to run until it runs out of electricity when there is a power outage. If the transformer burns out, the DC stairlift is not going to run and you also should get the charger serviced.

2) How do stair lifts work?

Essentially, it is like riding in your ski lift, minus the bitter cold. You sit in a motorized swivel chair snugly equipped to make you as comfortable as possible with personalized attributes. A safety belt keeps you securely in place and also a foot rest prevents you from hitting the steps while utilizing the lift. Some stairlifts come with mounted call/send controls on the wall near the trails for a user or you may utilize a remote control to send the chair where you would like it to go. Occasionally the control panel is located on the seat arm. Become acquainted with the particular features of your unit. The lift consists of a motor, passenger car, the control system, as well as your comfortable seat so that you can once again regain your mobility. Some versions rely on a belt like a conveyor belt and a rack and pinion system is used by other versions.

3) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this determination on whether several standards are met. The Aetna member must be: (1) incapable of standing up from a regular armchair at home; (2) and must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee, or have serious neuromuscular disorder; (3) and the seat lift mechanism must be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's state; (4) and once standing, the member has to possess the ability to ambulate. Then, Aetna would consider seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). Because they're considered house changes, however, Aetna doesn't insure stairlifts. They basically follow the rules for lift mechanisms of Medicare as described in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices.

4) How much do they weigh?

The units are hefty, which is among the reasons we do not recommend attempting to install them yourself. The lightest units available on the market weigh 165-180 pounds installed (seat and track). Some units weight over 250 pounds installed. Chair assemblies and trails come in different sizes and shapes and are made of various kinds of substances depending on the model and its greatest features.

5) Are there any structural modifications needed before installing a lift?

No. There are not any modifications which are crucial since stairlifts don't attach to the wall. The stairlift is installed into existing stair treads. The only thing that we do advocate is that if you are intending to change the flooring or carpeting on your stairs in the next five years, you might want to plan to do it before you install your stairlift to avert future removal and re-installation costs.

6) What types of financing are available if insurance doesn't cover home modifications?

Depending on your own medical condition, there are some plans which help make the house adjustment more affordable. 1. Government grants that are offered for home modifications are listed by the Fall Prevention Centre of Excellence. 2. Contact the National Council on Independent Living Center (703) 525-3406 on the best way to get funding and referral services in your area. 3. 4. It might reassure you to be aware of that if your insurance doesn't cover the cost, several of the stairlift makers have partnered with banks to provide financing options, including monthly payment choices and loans. 5. There are other options to think about. The Internal Revenue Service may decide that your house adjustment qualifies for tax deductions. Phone the IRS to find out if you can deduct the price of installing your stairlift. IRS Publication 502 is a good resource that can assist you to estimate whether altering your stairway qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You may also phone them at (800) 829-1040. 6. Should you qualify, some Area Agency of Aging use funds from the Older Americans Act Title III to modify dwellings. Call the Eldercare Locator at (800) 677-1116 or visit 7. Many cities and towns use Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) for home alterations, so check with your Broken Arrow, Oklahoma office. You can call them toll free at 877 866 2476 or visit

7) Does the VA cover the cost and installation of lifts?

According to AARP, a couple of grants are offered by The Department of Veterans Affairs to qualified veterans with disabilities for safety advancements in the dwelling. Upon qualification, a veteran can receive either and both a HISA grant SHA or a SAH grant. Contact the form 10-0103 to submit an application for the HISA grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 26-4555 to apply for SHA or SAH grant. For advice on all benefits call 1-800-827-1000.

8) Is there any permanent damage when installing one of these lifts?

No. One of the rationales that the stairlifts are attached to the stairway is to protect your Broken Arrow home from damage related to installment. The few screws attached to the stairlifts can be handled by the treads of the stairs. The holes are not difficult to cover. The carpeting will even have holes in it. The entire worth of your home will not depreciate. Realtors used to urge that a stairlift be removed prior to putting your house on the market, however given increased life expectancy in case you plan on selling your home, this isn't any longer the case. You move or may even entirely remove the stairlift with no signs of installation when you need or want it.

9) Does health insurance cover equipment cost and installation of a lift?

For the reason that they're home modifications, not durable medical equipment, Medicare does not cover installation costs and stairlift equipment. Durable medical equipment contains elevators that are used to help a patient in out of bed or a chair. In Oklahoma, persons with limited financial resources may be eligible for the Oklahoma Medicaid COPES Waiver, recently replaced by the Community First Choice Option. It empowers individuals who supports independent living and need nursing home level care to receive that attention at home, including coverage for home modifications. Family can be compensated for supplying caregiving support. According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), some private health insurance suppliers may offer financial assistance for some home modifications if the lift is recognized as a medical necessity. It's better to review insurance policies that are different. Some private health or long-term care insurance may help pay for small house adjustments. Check with your Broken Arrow insurance insurance company to review coverage choices.

10) Can the track be shortened?

Yes. The tracks may be corrected as well as the length could be reduced. Nonetheless, using the right personal protective gear is extraordinarily recommended. Some manufacturers of supply that is stairlifts do-it-yourself cutting instructions. Hereis the catch. The track determines how nicely the stairlift will run. Making certain that you get the span of the stairs to correspond together with the path length is extremely critical. Without appropriate measurements, you might realize the setup results in more problems instead of relying on professional installers with experience. You might have difficulty returning them depending on the return policy should you cut the paths incorrectly. We highly recommend that you cut the course yourself or do not install your own stairlift. It's not very safe. An incorrect shortening of the course or the wrong length of course can not prove extremely safe, especially when the path is not too long. It is very important that the seat and the tracks work exactly. Accredited installers stress and will save you from lots of head aches and possible prevent injuries that are horrible.

11) Can you apply for one of these lifts if you are on disability?

Someone have a health condition that meets their definition of impairment and qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they have worked in work that was insured by Social Security. Benefits could be covered if you're injured or on disability. Since SSI is a needs-based plan and an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, eligibility for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person who has a disability to achieve an occupational goal. The cash that is set aside under a PASS may be used for anything that results in an occupational goal and may be used to cover house adjustments through an SSI savings plan. You can figure out more about PASS through your Oklahoma Social Security Administration office or call toll free 800 772 1213.

12) How much would a cheap one cost?

You can likely find an affordable stairlift for about $1,000, but we additionally urge that you be careful of scams. Many people soon learned that there were flaws in the unit and have purchased a unit that was very cheap or they did not function properly once they got them. Quality is essential because you could wind up spending more to keep a low-cost purchase. In order to discover an affordable option, consider leasing one or purchasing used versions. Scroll by means of this page to see our advice on seeking affordable units and financing choices.

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