There are several techniques that can be applied by a person who had a fall to get up on their own, provided there is no injury or no medical attention is required.
Your Occupational Therapist can provide a technique that is personally suitable to you.
It is important to consult your GP or the Occupational Therapist to understand and attend to the root cause for a fall. In many situations at home, in a retirement village or in an aged care facility, it would be challenging and most times unsafe, for a single person to assist.
Raizer Lifter Chair comeshandy in such a situation, if no medical attention is required.
The battery operated mobile lifting chair helps a fallen person up to almost standing position within a few minutes.
Raizer can, with ease be assembled and operated by only one assistant and does not require any physical effort, besides a supportive hand.
It’s easy to transport in two light bags, assembles quickly and the safe working load is 150kgs.
Components are placed around the fallen person, with little disruption, and locked into position. Safer for caregivers, one assistant can easily perform the lift with virtually no physical effort besides a supportive hand. For a video demonstration of a Raizer, please head to comfortdiscovered.com