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Lift Chairs and Seating: Products for Seniors and Disabled Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Lift Chairs and Seating category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Lift Chairs and Seating: Products for Seniors and Disabled Publications

2016-07-15 : Stand-A-Roo - Portable and Foldable Aid For People With Sitting and Standing Problems : Stand-A-Roo is an aid to help people stand or sit from a couch or loveseat without assistance.

2011-02-13 : Medicare and Lift Chairs : Lift chairs are considered durable medical equipment covered under the Medicare list of items.

2010-09-14 : Rise and Recline With Mobility Aids : Using a Rise and Recline chair can have a big impact on your ability to enjoy spending time in your own home.

2009-02-11 : Operating a Lift Chair at Home : Information and instructions on operating a lift chair using easy to use remote control to lift the chair and operate the back and leg rests.

2009-02-11 : Lift Chairs and Medicare : Examines reimbursement by insurance companies such as Medicare on lift chair products in the US.

2009-02-11 : Quality Medical Golden Lift Chairs : Information on a range of Golden lift chair products for seniors and people with mobility problems having trouble standing from the sitting position.

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