Disability Riser Recliner Chairs provide a combination of comfort, style and accessibility – they are available in a wide range of colours, fabrics, shapes and sizes and all of them have been designed with you in mind – taking the strain out of getting on your feet, and helping you regain your independence around your home. As they are electronic, you don’t need to put any extra effort into getting up, therefore saving your back and arms from strain and injury. With a Riser recliner, you can slowly raise yourself up to a point where you are able to support yourself with your walking aid.
For those suffering from arthritis or other medical problems affecting the legs, the recliners raising function can be used in reverse, slowly lowering the individual into a seated position without any sort of jarring or jolting. Each riser is designed to be comfortable and supportive with high backs and arms, to provide added security and safety whether you’re sitting or lying down.
Disability Riser Recliner Chairs
Single Motor Risers tip forward gently to ease you up onto your feet, they are easy to operate with their control-pads and can be used to rest, recline and nap, and whenever you’re ready to get up, they can tilt forward to get you on your way. Single motor risers are beneficial for those looking for a simple, easy to use solution; they only have two controls, lowering the backrest raises the feet at the same time to manoeuvre the chair into a resting or napping position. Raising the backrest lowers the footrest simultaneously to gently tilt the user onto their feet.
Dual Motor Risers have all the benefits of single motor risers, but with the additional bonus that you can move the back and leg rests independently, giving you a whole host of positions – so that you can sit and rest with the full back support, adjusting the leg rest so your feet are comfortably raised.
Intalift Risers are designed with three motors and an ergonomic seat design, as with dual motor risers you can independently move both the back and leg rests to find a position which suits you, whether you’re watching tv, reading a book, taking a nap, or simply enjoying having a chat.