AssiStep - Stair Climbing Aid For Elderly
Sooner or later, many seniors face difficulties with walking and climbing stairs and are restricted in their mobility. They are then dependent on aids to stay in their own home for as long as possible and to be independent of the help of others.
This is why certain walking aids, such as walkers or rollators, are particularly helpful for people with reduced mobility so that they can continue to move independently on flat surfaces.
When it comes to overcoming stairs in your home, the mechanical stair climbing aid for elderly, "AssiStep" is now available.
Topics covered by this article:
⇒ What exactly is the stair climbing aid for elderly?
⇒ How does the stair climbing aid for elderly work?
⇒ Who can use the stair climbing aid for elderly?
⇒ Advantages of the stair climbing aid for elderly
⇒ Where can you purchase a stair climbing aid for elderly?
What exactly is the stair climbing aid for elderly?
AssiStep is the innovative new development in the field of mobility aids and accessibility for people with reduced walking function. The stair climbing aid for elderly supports and secures when climbing stairs in order to remain active and remain independent.
The stair climbing aid for elderly consists of an ergonomically shaped handle and a handrail. The handle is attached to the handrail and is moved along the rail.
The patented locking mechanism prevents you from sliding or falling on the stairs, because as soon as you apply pressure to the handle, it locks immediately and thus offers the necessary support and safety.
The stair climbing aid for elderly is made of high quality materials such as stainless steel and anodized aluminum and takes up minimal space. When folded towards the wall, it only takes up 18 cm of space.
How does the stair climbing aid for elderly work?
When going down the stairs, hold your hands on top of the handle.
- Lift the outer edge of the handle slightly to release it from the locked position.
- While the handle is slightly raised, slide the handle a full arm length away from you to have enough room to take a step.
- Take a step down.
- Repeat this for each step.
When going up the stairs you should hold on to the lower part of the handle.
- Move the handle an arm's length forward and upward. Your arms should be fully extended.
- Now take a step up the stairs.
- Repeat this for each step.
The simple use is completely mechanical and without an accompanying person.
Who can use the stair climbing aid for elderly?
Seniors and people with limited walking function and difficulty climbing stairs.
For example, the stair climbing aid for seniors is also used by people who are restricted in their mobility and walking function due to:
Advantages of the stair climbing aid for elderly
✔ No building permit required
✔ High reliability, as AssiStep works 100% mechanically and also works in the event of a power failure
✔ No customization required
✔ Short delivery time from acceptance of the offer
✔ No maintenance contract required (however, maintenance contracts are offered by our sales partners, if desired!)
Where is the AssiStep available?