Independent "sit to stand" from any chair, anywhere, with SitnStand portable rising seat





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Published on Sep 6, 2019

As we age, it sometimes becomes harder to stand from a sitting position and we may need some assistance. In this video, narrated by Kate Sheehan, Occupational Therapist, The OT Service, you will see how the SitnStand portable rising seat enables sitting and standing independence from any chair, in any location - and is designed to help individuals live life to the full.

The innovative SitnStand rising seat can be used in any room in the home and fits neatly into a bag so that it can be used in the wider community and on holiday. It is battery-powered and provides a stable and controlled height adjustable platform so controlled sit-to-stand transfers can be achieved, whilst reducing the risk of falls and musculoskeletal strains.

Expertly developed over a decade by the Israeli specialist innovator Life Assistant Ltd, this lightweight and transportable solution is ideal for older users and those with limited mobility, facilitating safe standing within the home and the wider external environment.

SitnStand is available through selected dealers in the UK which can be found at: ·http://www.sitnstand.com/stores/

About Life Assistant Ltd

Established in 2009, Life Assistant Ltd is an Israeli-based innovator of independent living solutions. Led by the entrepreneurial spirit of Gal Goldner and Iftah Geva, this specialist manufacturer is focused on delivering inclusion, dignity and well-being for elderly and disabled individuals. Its flagship portable smart rising seat, SitnStand, epitomises the vision of the business – empowering people to continue enjoying life irrespective of mobility challenges.

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