AATs Raizer II mobile lifting chair is a component-based portable, lightweight and strong service that flat-packs into a convenient carry bag for storage and transport. It implies anybody, regardless of size, can safely lift residents from the flooring, including bariatric people.
Independent living expert AAT has introduced an ingenious method for carers to easily, safely and single-handedly raise care house residents after they have had a fall.
Raizer is put together around the fallen person with minimal disturbance and very little effort from the operator. At the push of a button, the battery-motorised seat gently and consistently powers the chair and resident from flat on the floor to a safe seated position.
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Raizer can securely lift anyone up to 150kg, with each charge of the battery efficient in providing up to 80 lifts. All parts are developed to be wiped clean for optimum disinfection and health.
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Based around AATs innovative vacuum posture cushion, Aqua Liberty specifically forms to the bather– irrespective of neurological and/or physical conditions– stabilising the trunk, head and hips separately.
” Use of devices such as Raizer II can play a crucial role in any excellent moving and handling policy. It takes the effort and risk out of the procedure for all included.”
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The 6 core components– 4 similar legs and two identical back sections– quickly and quickly click-fit together with no danger of inaccurate assembly. The occupant is totally supported throughout the procedure and kept safe and stable with usage of the integral adjustable safety belt.
An end stop ensures the individual is not over-elevated and offers the operator the appropriate position for dis-assembly after use.
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Raizer is already utilized by a variety of health authorities and organisations up and down the country to help with the safe transfer of fallen people.
AAT recently dealt with physical therapists to produce the Aqua Liberty bathing idea.
” Elderly people in care houses are 3 times most likely to fall than those living at home, according to the Care Inspectorate,” observes Peter Wingrave, AAT Director. “This is no reflection of the requirement of care provided; it does leave the local and care staff exposed to run the risk of in securely getting the citizen back up once again, particularly with the growth in weight problems amongst homeowners.