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Make Using Stairs Safer

Going up and down the stairs is something that most aged people feel is the most dangerous portion of their day. Having to balance and scale is a dangerous blend, and can result in severely injuring yourself and falling. A stair lift can turn this into a simple and enjoyable activity, instead of one you worry.

Potentially Bypass Breaking Bones

The stairs are just one of the most dangerous areas in your home, as well as a single fall can result in a serious injury that will significantly hinder you for years. By avoiding falling on the stairs, you can add many added years to your own life, and enjoy your family and grandkids for considerably more. Avoid breaking a hip, knee or back using a fall down the stairs.

Increase Value to Your Layton Home

As the baby boomer population continues to get older, mobility and accessibility equipment already installed in your house is going to be a significant asset. It’s going to make your home more precious, and be purchased faster in case something happens. A fresh lift can greatly increase your Layton home’s value.


Does having to take the stairs at home make you wish you had the same choice to take the elevator whenever you’re in a public place, just like you do?

Does the additional help you provide your aged parent or dependent appear overwhelming and too risky when it comes to following them up and down the stairs?

Has the thought of having to construct an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to one floor home crossed your mind?

Individuals dwelling in Layton neighborhoods rely on our qualified professionals, because we focus on correctness and safety when installing your stairlift and can match it within a day or within a few hours depending on your own stairs.

Alleviating pain for the fastest growing segment of the world’s inhabitants is part of what makes our communities supportive.

Physicians acknowledge that elderly patients frequently believe that it’s, although pain doesn’t have to be a normal process of aging. Pain may interfere to your social life and can impair your daily activities. Some pull away from activities and loved ones depending on just how much pain their continual state brought them on a daily basis. Huge numbers of individuals suffer in line with the American Pain Society and try to find relief or many of them fail to find treatment.

By installing a stairlift in your Layton house, you stay mobile and still can reduce your suffering.

Perhaps the pain will not go away entirely and you still have to get yourself to talk to your physician about how to recover control over your life. Meanwhile, you won’t fill with anxiety every time you walk up the stairs. Seniors or those people who are challenged by mobility who sustain a fall-related injury frequently require lifelong care worse, or afterwards, completely eliminate living alone.

A stairlift will remove the chances as well as the anxieties that you will aggravate your pain.

With a stairlift, you will not have a debilitating fall. You can alleviate the pain by relying on our professional technicians to get you off your feet into a stairlift that will carry you up and down those stairway that are menacing that you currently experience.

Avoid becoming one of the millions of aged adults who sustain moderate to severe injuries when they lost their balance.

You can now pursue your day-to-day activities with convenience and comfort and discontinue the excruciating painful journey, since you deserve alternatives that can enhance your own life.

Appreciate constantly, love and effort you have put into your house once again.

When you experience life with a stairlift, you’ll wish you’d done it earlier.

For lots of individuals dwelling in Layton, dealing with an injury or pain or getting up a flight of stairs may become a huge chore. The psychological consequences may start influencing every aspect of your life and are debilitating. People who have had a stairlift recognize that they have to self-limit themselves and suffer the consequences of altering their behavior to handle the chore.

Many, who continue with no remedy, even begin to experience other damaging health side effects. These effects aren’t merely related to the immobility.

If you have found that you’re not steady on your feet or that you’re altering the way you scale on your stairway, then you’re already making your life harder than it must be.

Addressing issues increases the happiness we experience in life, because we feel like we are in control and we are eliminating hurdles that may endanger us.

Our Layton staff knows how important it is to get your questions answered and is available right now to provide the support and aid you need to make an educated decision and assist you to move around to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this conclusion on whether several criteria are satisfied. The Aetna member must be: (1) incapable of standing up from a standard armchair at home; (2) and must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee, or have severe neuromuscular disorder; (3) and the seat lift mechanism must be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's condition; (4) and once standing, the member must possess the capacity to ambulate. Then, Aetna would contemplate seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). Because they are considered house changes, nonetheless, Aetna does not insure stairlifts. They basically follow Medicare's rules for aerodynamic lift mechanisms as described in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices.

2) How fast do stairlifts go?

Normally the speed ranges from 13.78 feet per minute to 29.53 feet per minute with the speed varying with the rider's weight, all within the recommended industry standard. The most rate in the US is 40 feet per minute. Units can include an emergency brake safety feature in the event you feel out of control descending. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers oversees the standards for stairs chair lifts for matters of public safety, including speed under ASME A18.1.. Some makers provide a changeable speed of 0 to 38 feet per minute.

3) What types of financing are available if insurance doesn't cover home modifications?

Depending in your medical condition, there are some programs that help make the house adjustment cheaper. 1. Government grants which are offered for home alterations are listed by the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence. Those comprise: (a) the Assistive Technology Funding and Systems Change Project United Cerebral Palsy Associations (UCPA) at 800-872-5827-UCPA ; (b) the Department of Veteran Affairs at (800) 827-1000 ; and (c) the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) (800) 829-1040. 2. Contact the National Council on Independent Living Center (703) 525-3406 on getting funding and referral services locally. 3. Call (202) 708-1112. 4. It might reassure you to be aware of that if your insurance doesn't cover the price, several of the stairlift makers have partnered with banks to provide funding alternatives, including monthly payment options and loans. 5. There are alternatives to think about. The Internal Revenue Service may decide your home modification qualifies for tax deductions. Call the IRS to see if you're able to deduct the price of installing your stairlift. IRS Publication 502 is a good resource that will enable you to gauge whether altering your stairway qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You may also phone them at (800) 829-1040. 6. Should you qualify, some Area Agency of Aging use resources from the Older Americans Act Title III to alter dwellings. Call the Eldercare Locator at (800) 677-1116 or visit 7. It's possible for you to phone them toll free at 877 866 2476 or visit

4) Does AARP cover the cost of these lifts?

AARP is not a supplier of insurance, but contracts with insurers to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP does not make health plan recommendations for people and does not cover the cost of stairlifts or any health needs. AARP does provide access to medical care tools and coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance to members as a resource, but third parties provide member benefits. Check with the plans that are listed under AARP's membership services.

5) Can these be used on carpeted floors?

Elevators can be installed on all types of flooring (carpet, concrete, tile, marble, linoleum, or bare wooden stairway). Installers can twist right through the carpet. All you will see is the tops of the screws through the supporting brackets underneath the rail. Because the aluminum processors are very difficult to remove from the carpeting, the paths don't cut on inside the house. One thing that experts mention is that if your carpeting will probably need replacing in the next 5 years, before you have a stairlift installed, you may want to replace it. Otherwise, you'll need to factor in the cost of uninstalling and re installing the stairlift.

6) Why are they so expensive to install?

Above all, they help you each step of the way and contain routine maintenance. Open up any of the installation guides and also you'll see a warning that strict adherence to the setup instructions is needed and any deviation will void any small guarantee and eliminate any chance you have of holding the maker liable for any damage or accountability. Professional setup is considerably more economic in the long-run when it comes to service guarantee and long-term care since they may be trained to follow safety measures and experienced at setup. The installer is getting paid to correctly install your unit so that you don't face serious risks that do result when an inexperienced person opens the manual for the first time and installs a stairlift. A Layton professional also knows the best way to make sure that the stairlift follows fire exit requirements, the way to ensure that ensure that all the appropriate operating attributes are empowered, and the charger connections are operating correctly to avoid serious accidents. The price you pay to truly have a trusted and trained tech ensures the longevity of your purchase as well as your security. Additionally, setup involves lifting a reasonable quantity of weight. Many setups may be completed in a couple of hours by a professional.

7) Does health insurance cover equipment cost and installation of a lift?

For the reason that they are dwelling modifications, not durable medical equipment, Medicare will not cover installation prices and stairlift equipment. Durable medical equipment comprises elevators that are used to help a patient in out of bed or a chair. In Utah, individuals with limited financial resources might qualify for the Utah Medicaid COPES Waiver, recently replaced by the Community First Choice Alternative. It enables individuals who supports independent living and require nursing home level care to receive that attention at home, including coverage for home modifications. Family members could be compensated for providing caregiving aid. According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), some private health insurance suppliers may offer financial assistance for some home modifications in the event the elevator is considered a medical necessity. It is best to review different insurance policies. Some private health or long-term care insurance can help pay for house adjustments that are small. Check with your Layton insurance insurance company to examine coverage alternatives.

8) How much do electric stair lifts cost in Layton?

Used electrical-powered stairlifts can begin at about $1,299.00, while battery powered stairlifts can begin at about $1,399.00 in Utah. Both models are priced when you get them new. The price difference is negligible initially. In the future, electrical-powered stairlifts may cost you if you factor in the price of upkeep and replacement batteries. Frequently, it is strongly recommended to get the battery replaced rather than attempt to replace it yourself although there are batteries that are pretty easy to install depending on the model.

9) Can these lifts be used on wood flooring?

Lifts can be installed on all kinds of flooring (carpet, concrete, tile, marble, linoleum, or bare wooden stairs). When the stairlift is removed, holes will be apparent without carpeting. However, the holes are not large and can be filled. Stairlifts can also be installed on wooden outdoor steps. Actually, most professionally installed stairlifts in Layton price between $500 and $1,000 for the work given a variety of factors based on the issue of the job. Tile, concrete, or metal staircases are less easy than wooden stairs.

10) Does the VA cover the cost and installation of lifts?

According to AARP, a few grants are offered by The Department of Veterans Affairs to qualified veterans with disabilities for safety developments in the home. Those include: the Home Improvements and Structural Alternations (HISA) Grant; The Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant; as well as the Special Dwelling Version (SHA) grant. Upon qualification, a veteran can receive either and both a HISA grant a SAH or SHA grant. Contact the form 10-0103 to apply for the HISA grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 26-4555 to submit an application for SHA or SAH grant. For information on all gains phone 1-800-827-1000.

11) Can you apply for one of these lifts if you are on disability?

A person have a health condition which meets their definition of disability and qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they have worked in a job that was covered by Social Security. Benefits could be insured in case you are on impairment or injured. Since SSI is a needs-based program and an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, qualification for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person with a disability to achieve an occupational objective. The money that is set aside under a PASS may be used for anything that leads to an occupational goal and can be used to cover house modifications through an SSI savings plan. You will find out more about PASS through your Utah Social Security Administration office or call toll free 800 772 1213.

12) Is there any way to sell the equipment when we are done with it?

Yes. There are producers and providers that offer buyback plans. Many of them will remove the unwanted raise also. Many buyers hate to buy straight from a seller, because they need to have it checked out by a professional to ascertain how well it works and whether it'll work on their stairs. Specific versions sell more easy than others.

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