stairlift


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stairlift

(ˈstɛəˌlɪft)
n
(General Engineering) a mechanical device with a seat for carrying an elderly or infirm person up a flight of stairs
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stairlift

stair lift [ˈstɛərlɪft] nmonte-escaliers m inv
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AN 87-YEAR-OLD man suffering from dementia has been stuck in his living room for nearly three weeks because his stairlift needed replacing - unable to reach his bedroom or bathroom.
But a donation from the WPH Charitable Trust for a stairlift has given Bert a welcome boost - making everyday living a lot more comfortable.
Owner Duncan Evans, 27, created a red custom-built stairlift and designed it to look like Father Christmas' sleigh just in time for the festive season.
A FORMER moderator of the Church of Scotland and the brothers behind the Stannah stairlift were honoured at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
Mrs Dennis, from Darlington, is the latest lucky winner who has won back the cost of her stairlift purchase.
People looking to get a stairlift will be able to use augmented reality technology to see how the equipment will fit in their homes after stairlift maker Thyssenkrupp, which has a base in Stockton, partnered with Microsoft to use the computer giant's HoloLens technology to help install the chairs.
If you're thinking about getting a Stairlift - you'll need all the information on what options are available to you and how to get the best deals.
The firm, based at Old Fieldhouse Lane in Huddersfield, recently developed a new product - the Infinity Curved Stairlift.
I WAS troubled reading the letter from B Nicholls, of Shard End, regarding the need to have a stairlift fitted, plus bath aids to give his wife some dignity following a stroke.
ACARER left unable to walk after suffering from a chronic condition has thanked those who donated money towards a stairlift - after the council refused her cash help.
Customers without a stairlift risk falling down the stairs in an effort to go up or down them.
Lee Kissock, owner of Mobility Living Centre, said: "Having been a stairlift engineer by trade for over 20 years and installing stairlifts for people with mobility needs, I was continuously being asked where people could buy mobility products such as wheelchairs, scooters, bath aids and walking aids.