OTs impressed with feature-packed and newly launched bespoke stairlift at open day

OTs impressed with feature-packed and newly launched bespoke stairlift at open day

OTs and other health care experts associated with defining adjusted living services had the opportunity to see the Flow X stairlift from Access BDD as well as equipment from a number of other makers that work with Dolphin Lifts North.

Access BDD just recently attended an OT open day at the Dolphin Lifts North display room in Newcastle. The day included 2 sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Physical therapists (OTs) have shared positive feedback on the recently released Flow X curved stairlift from Gain access to BDD at an open day, stating that it boasts a raft of useful features and would look good in a house.

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Flow X is likewise entirely bespoke to meet users needs. The seat has a five-degree angle for a much better seating position, boosting upright posture and convenience.

Gary Crofts, Access BDDs UK sales supervisor, was on hand to demonstrate the Flow X and address any concerns. He stated: “OTs play an essential role in our business as they are often critical in advising our items so to have the opportunity to engage with many in one day was great.”

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One OT, Danielle, commented: “Events like this are truly useful as we have restricted time in between appointments. I am newly qualified so seeing so much equipment is actually advantageous and having individuals demonstrate it and reveal all of us the features instead of just seeing a pamphlet is fantastic.


Another healthcare professional, Susan, an OT assistant from Gateshead, was similarly satisfied with the stairlift.

” I actually like the Flow X, I am no professional, however I truly like the appearance of it and you would definitely feel comfortable having one in your house and I didnt understand you might get a stairlift that might do so much.”

Andy Musson, Sales Manager at Access BDD, recently composed a special post for AT Today, aimed at health care specialists, about what needs to be examined when evaluating a customer for a stairlift. It contains practical insights into what to look out for when evaluating users mobility, considering other individuals in the house, whether to get a swivel seat, guaranteeing options are future-proofed to meet altering requirements, and more.

” I believe it is fantastic to have occasions like this as we handle a great deal of various devices and it is actually helpful to have a refresher to see what is new out there,” she said. “I believe the Flow X is fantastic. Looking at it, initially, I believed there was a lot of functions to pass and operate on to customers but having had a go myself I was satisfied and I would certainly be recommending it to clients in the future.

Flow X features a modern-day style, comfortable and breathable fabrics, and an embedded call gadget to keep users linked if there is a concern or emergency. It is developed to be space-conscious, so that it does not take up excessive room in the home, and works well with complicated or narrow staircases.

” Equipment has actually come a long method in recent years and seeing the most current advancements from numerous makers in such a short space of time is fantastic. Gary was extremely knowledgeable– as were the other manufacturers who were present, he could answer any concerns and explained things extremely plainly.”

For additional information on the full variety of stairlifts, homelifts, and platform lifts available, or to discover a close-by Access BDD dealership, call 01642 853 650, check out the website or e-mail info@accessbdd.com

As an outcome of the pandemic, numerous OTs have not had the possibility to see many brand-new items in one location, such as the Flow X, and the feedback Gary received from show guests was “extremely” favorable.