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Stair Bar for Increased Safety

Stair bar AssiStep
AssiStep - Stair climbing aid for stroke patients
Estimated reading time 3 min. Published 15.09.2020
Stairs can be both difficult and dangerous to climb without good support. In this article we'll look at the stair bar AssiStep, and how it can increase safety and support for you or your loved ones.

What is the AssiStep Stair Bar?

The stair bar AssiStep is a brand new and revolutionary product that makes it simpler to climb stairs, as well as providing increased support and safety. The AssiStep brings value to you by offering a firm and solid handle that is moved along an innovative and patented railing system.

The railing system for the AssiStep stair bar is made out of stainless steel and anodized aluminium, which means that it will both provide grip and support to those who only need to use a solid handrail, and increased support to those who enjoy the benefits of the additional handle.

How does the AssiStep work?

Descending

As the video shows, the AssiStep is moved down the stairs by slightly lifting the outer section of the handle. You can then push it one arm length in front of you. When force is applied to the handle, it automatically locks in place, ensuring that you can descend the staircase in your own pace.

Ascending

When ascending the stairs, the AssiStep is pushed up along the railing system. When the handle is pulled downwards, it automatically locks into position, providing increased support and safety while ascending the stairs. For each step you climb, you typically push the handle one arm length in front of you to create sufficient distance between yourself and the handle.

AssiStep - Alternative to lift for stairs

Who should consider installing the AssiStep?

The stair bar AssiStep is today used by a variety of users, with the youngest being only 4 years old and the oldest being 98 years old.

Most AssiStep users have one of the following aspects in common:

  1. Troubles or difficulties climbing stairs without support
  2. Fear of falling in the stairs
  3. Reduced balance, mobility or gait function
  4. Wants a discrete and health promoting solution in the staircase

The AssiStep can be both user friendly and safe solution to the stair problem if one of the above resonates with you.


Stair bar AssiStep for children with CP
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AssiStep when descending the stairs

Where is the AssiStep available?

The AssiStep is available in over 20 countries world wide. Click the links below to find more information and contact details to our representative in your country.

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What kind of stair do you have?

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Who are you? Are you a private person or an institution that wants the AssiStep?

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We need your postal code to find our nearest distributor and to calculate shipping and installation costs.

Because you have a different type of staircase, we would like to offer a house inspection to give you a price offer.

We are sorry to inform you that we don't have a supplier in the country you have chosen. You can still complete the form, and we will send you information about AssiStep.

On some occasions we need more information about your stairs. We therefore ask for your phone number so we can contact you if needed. We need the e-mail address in order to send you the offer and provide more information.

Please verify the information before you submit.

When you have submitted the form, you’ll receive an e-mail with more information about the AssiStep. Your information is safe with us, and we’ll only share it with our distributor in your country.
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