Limited mobility can present significant challenges for individuals and their caregivers, but the Raizer 2 Lifting Chair now provides an innovative solution to such obstacles.
While the act of standing up or moving from a seated position should be a simple manoeuvre, it can become a daunting task for those with mobility issues. What’s more, with a considerable percentage of Ireland’s 65-plus population engaging in care work in some capacity every week, there is an even greater need for safe and user-friendly lifting equipment to be implemented.
This is where the state-of-the-art Raizer 2 Lifting Chair comes into play, helping to lift a fallen person to a standing position safely, efficiently and with little physical requirement from the caregiver.
In this article, we discuss how this advanced model can both ease the burden on and enhance the quality of life of those with limited mobility, while also benefiting those in a care-related role.
The problem with traditional lifting methods
Traditional lifting methods, such as manual lifting, pose several challenges for both caregivers and individuals with limited mobility:
Physical strain on carers
These methods often result in physical strain on caregivers, leading to back and muscle issues.
Risks to the individual being lifted
The individual using a more traditional device is at risk of skin tears, bruising and discomfort.
Ineffectiveness in emergency situations
In the event of an emergency, these methods can be slow and impractical, which can jeopardise the safety of the person being lifted.
Lack of dignity for the individual
Looking beyond the potential physical dangers, manual lifts can also strip an individual of their dignity. This may lead to undue emotional and psychological distress.
Cost and space considerations
Another reason why traditional lifting methods may fall short is the cost involved. These devices can be expensive – not to mention space-consuming – making them less accessible overall.
The features of the Raizer 2 Lifting Chair
The Raizer 2 Lifting Chair provides a revolutionary solution to the challenges mentioned above. It boasts several key features that set it apart from the competition, such as:
Powered by a rechargeable battery, the Raizer 2 requires only a supportive hand to operate, significantly reducing the strain on caregivers.
High weight capacity
With a lifting capacity of up to 150 kg, the Raizer 2 accommodates a wide range of user needs, ensuring that it can assist a variety of mobility-related issues.
Quick and easy assembly
The chair can be assembled in just a few minutes, thanks to its user-friendly design, facilitating minimal disruption and maximum convenience for the user.
Comfort and safety
Featuring cushioning, an ergonomic design and safety mechanisms, the Raizer 2 is designed with comfort and safety in mind
Intuitive sound and light indicators guide the caregiver through the assembly process, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.
Long-lasting battery life
The chair’s battery is built to last, providing approximately 80 lifts per charge, making it a reliable and efficient solution.
Hygiene and maintenance
Constructed from materials that are easy to clean and disinfect, the Raizer 2 lends itself to a hygienic and safe environment.
O Neill Healthcare is your provider of the Raizer 2 Lifting Chair in Ireland
The Raizer 2 Lifting Chair stands out for its unique advantages, including effortless operation, high weight capacity, quick assembly, comfort, safety and user-friendliness – and O Neill Healthcare is your trusted provider of this innovative solution.
By choosing the Raizer 2 Lifting Chair, you are not only addressing the challenges of limited mobility but also providing a safe and dignified lifting experience for your loved ones or service users in care facilities.
To learn more and discover how this state-of-the-art chair can make a positive impact on the lives of individuals with limited mobility, we invite you to get in touch with us today.
Our dedicated team is ready to assist you in finding the perfect solution to enhance the mobility and well-being of those you care for.