We have a wide variety of standing aids at Complete Care Shop, all with their own features and benefits. There are models in our stock with cushion pads to provide more comfort and support when standing, while we also have standing frames with non slip foot plates for a sturdy base.
Our stand aids are ideal for a number of locations around your home. As well as providing support in the bedroom and living area, you can also use them in the bathroom to help you get on and off the toilet unaided. This is ideal for building up your independence and dignity in a private situation.
If you’re unsure of the type of standing aid you require at home, contact us to speak to one of our highly qualified Occupational Therapists. For bespoke items, you can request a free home assessment. We'll pay you a visit and assess your situation, offering expert advice on what would best suit your needs.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence every day. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality standing aids. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Expert Advice Service for help.
Frequently asked questions about stand aids
A standing aid is an assistive device designed to help individuals with limited mobility transition from sitting to a standing position and vice versa. These aids provide support and stability during the process of standing up, allowing individuals to maintain their independence and perform activities such as getting out of chairs or beds more easily. Standing aids can include devices like standing frames, transfer poles, and riser recliner chairs, each serving the purpose of aiding standing and sitting movements.
Standing aids are beneficial for individuals with mobility challenges or conditions such as arthritis, muscular weakness, spinal cord injuries, or post-surgery recovery. People who struggle to stand up from seated positions due to pain, limited strength, or balance issues can find standing aids helpful. Additionally, caregivers who assist individuals with standing and sitting can also benefit from the reduced physical strain that standing aids provide.
When choosing a standing aid, consider factors such as the type of aid, weight capacity, stability, adjustability, space, ease of use, user comfort, and guidance from healthcare professionals. These aspects ensure a suitable standing aid choice that promotes safe and comfortable transitions, benefiting both users and carers.