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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A disabled pensioner claims she has been forced to sleep on the sofa and go to the toilet in the kitchen after her stair lift broke.
The new store stocks a range of mobility products and daily living aids, as well as a stair lift demonstration area, specialist equipment department, and a scooter safety track.
The living room is crammed as it is, never mind all of us having dinner in there too." The council has said the house on the Loaning meets the needs of the family as it has an external stair lift and a downstairs wet room.
The most common ways to provide this accessibility are a residential elevator, a stair lift or an inclined platform lift.
Another alternative is to get a stair lift or home elevator.
High prices and negative customer reviews regarding the post-sales service are longstanding challenges in the stair lift market.
Sometimes your home might not be as adaptable to a stair lift or ramp, but this shouldn't be a reason for you not to enjoy the full run of your home.
STA ST DIUM A stair lift would help A stair lift would help
Staff are on hand for those tenants who need help using the stair lift.
Mr Fisher, 63, a disabled former plasterer, said: "Good old Ned saw me using the stair lift one day and sat at the top of the stairs sulking until I said 'come on then, jump on'.