Ceiling Lifts Make Home Care Easier

By: Angel Accessibility Solutions  09-12-2011
Keywords: Lift Systems, Ceiling Lift, Ceiling Lifts

Stay at home
For many people, the idea of placing a loved one in institutional care
is expensive and impersonal. Ceiling lifts make it possible to safely
and affordably provide care, giving your loved ones the freedom,
privacy and comfort that come with staying at home.

Reduce risks of injury
Unlike institutional settings, in-home care is often the responsibility
of one caregiver, be it a family member or professional aid. For this
reason, overexertion injuries are common. If you are the one delivering
this care, a ceiling lift dramatically reduces the risk of injuries
from lifting a family member, elderly parent or disabled child.

In the same way, for those receiving care, ceiling lifts reduce the
risk of falls, skin tears and bruising. By providing a more stable and
secure platform for moving, your loved ones will feel safer and less
resistant to being lifted.

Peace of mind
All Angel installations and services are completed by certified
professionals. Our staff have the training, expertise and
licenses to perform a safe and professional job. Plus all our ceiling
lift systems are backed by ongoing support and service, so you never
have worry about repairs, and you’ll continue to get value out of
your lift for years to come.

Keywords: Ceiling Lift, Ceiling Lifts, Lift Systems

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