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Make Using Stairs Much Safer

Going up and down the stairs is something that most elderly individuals feel is the most dangerous element of their day. Having to balance and scale is a dangerous blend, and can lead to falling and critically injuring yourself. A stair lift can turn this into an enjoyable and easy task, instead of one you fear.

Make Living Every Day MuchEasier and Less Painful

Going up and down stairs may be unbelievably debilitating for lots of folks with failing hips and knees. A new elevator turns something you need to do multiple times per day into an enjoyable experience, instead of a painful one, and makes that process totally pain-free. A fresh lift is likely to make your everyday life easier.

Be able to Stay in Your Salem Home Longer

With a fresh stair lift you may have the ability to stay in your own Salem home for much longer, without needing to go to a fresh and unfamiliar area. It makes going up and down the stairs every day a pleasure action rather than a debilitating one, and will let you stay in the home you adore for years more than you normally could.


Do you procrastinate as you get frustrated that your list of matters to do is more and then can’t get up the stairway?

Has the idea of having to construct an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to a single floor house crossed your mind?

Here at Cain’s Freedom OR , we realize that making home modifications may look out of the inquiry, because it seems impossible or unaffordable. Our professional installers and staff simplify the process of remaining mobile for the aged, disabled, or temporarily wounded population of Salem.

Keep your Autonomy in Oregon, since the stairway don’t have to restrict which part of the house you go to.

No one likes to feel helpless. Suddenly needing to deal with limiting your movements as a result of old age or a disability can make you lose your trust. It can decrease the quality of your life. So you can quit letting those stairs destroy your day that’s not mandatory with new technologies which can be set up on your home.

Plenty of folks face the difficult decision of the way to continue enjoy greater levels of dignity and to live comfortably in their own home when facing mobility limitations. We are stuck with by our desire to be able to get about and live an independent lifestyle, even if our bodies change with age.

Getting to your own comfy bed or having to wait around for someone to aid you in routine jobs can take its toll. In fact, it’s among the core values that caregivers focus on, making sure that they maintain a sense of dignity along with admiration for a loved one.

No wonder, the desire for dignity and esteem really grows more powerful when an individual becomes ill, challenged with freedom problems, or disabled.

It’s possible that you’ve already determined to live at home, instead of an assisted living facility, despite having to confront a handicap or age-associated challenge coming your way.

Perhaps you are unfamiliar with how installing a stairlift can help you maintain your access to every area of your house.


When you experience life with a stairlift, you will wish you had done it earlier.

For a lot of individuals living in Salem, dealing with pain or an injury or getting up a flight of stairs may eventually become a huge chore. The emotional consequences are debilitating and may begin influencing every part of your own life. People who have had a stairlift understand that they no longer have to self-restrict themselves and suffer the effects of changing their behavior to manage the chore.

Many, who continue without a solution, even begin to experience other harmful health unwanted effects. These effects are not merely directly related to the immobility.

When you have found that you are not as steady on your feet or that you’re modifying how your stairs climb, then you’re already making your life more difficult than it must be.

Addressing difficulties raises the happiness we experience in life, because we feel like we are in control and we’re removing barriers that could endanger us.


Our Oregon staff is ready to provide you with a quote and discuss your particular prerequisites for installing a stairlift in Salem, to set your loved ones heads at ease and to improve every day of your life!

Frequently Asked Questions

1) What types of financing are available if insurance doesn't cover home modifications?

Depending on your medical condition, there are a few plans which help make the house adjustment less expensive. 1. The Fall Prevention Centre of Excellence lists government grants that are available for home modifications. Those comprise: (a) the Assistive Technology Funding and Systems Change Project United Cerebral Palsy Associations (UCPA) at 800 872 5827-UCPA ; (b) the Department of Veteran Affairs at (800) 827-1000 ; and (c) the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) (800) 829-1040. 2. Contact the National Council on Independent Living Center (703) 525-3406 on getting backing and referral services in your area. 3. You can also contact the Federal Housing Administration (ORFHA) which is part of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to apply for financing to pay for your stairlift through a mortgage insurance program. Call (202) 708-1112. 4. It may reassure you to know that if your insurance doesn't cover the price, several of the stairlift makers have partnered with banks to provide funding alternatives, including loans and monthly payment options. 5. There are alternatives to consider. The IRS may determine that your home modification qualifies for tax deductions. Call the IRS to see if you're able to deduct the price of installing your stairlift. IRS Publication 502 is a great resource that can assist you to judge whether changing your stairway qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You can also call them at (800) 829-1040. 6. Some Area Agency of Aging use resources from the Older Americans Act Title III to alter dwellings if you qualify. You can call them toll free at 877 866 2476 or visit

2) How much do they weigh?

The units are not light, which is among the reasons we do not advocate attempting to install them yourself. The lightest units on the market weigh 165-180 pounds installed (chair and track). Some units weight over 250 pounds installed. Chair assemblies and tracks come in various sizes and shapes and are created of various kinds of materials depending on the model and its finest attributes.

3) How much do stair lifts costs?

Based on Consumer Affairs, the top nine stairlift brand names beginning with the best-rated include: Acorn Stairlifts, Reachable Construction, Rise Stairlifts, Silver Cross, Bruno, AmeriGlide, State Home Elevator, 101 Freedom and Stannah. Pros rate these suitability as a result of conditions, and based on an assortment of features, factors. Since every stairs is different, their costs are not publicized by many of these firms. Used stairlifts can cost under $2,000. Help and rental systems are accessible. For a straight flight of stairs appear to spend between $2,500 to $6,000 and for a custom curved rail staircase costs are around $10,000. While others usually do not comprise installation in the purchase price, some products are sold as complete packages including installation plus a warranty. The shape of the stairwell, the span of work, the seat style, the course, and the attributes you need decide the cost.

4) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this decision on whether several standards are met. The Aetna member must be: (1) incapable of standing up from a regular armchair at home; (2) and must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee, or have acute neuromuscular disorder; (3) and the seat lift mechanism must be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's state; (4) and once standing, the member must have the capability to ambulate. Subsequently, Aetna would contemplate seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). Yet, Aetna will not insure stairlifts because they may be considered dwelling modifications. They basically follow the rules for aerodynamic lift mechanisms of Medicare as described in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices.

5) Why are they so expensive to install?

Most of all, they include routine care and help you every step of the way. Professional setup is a lot more efficient in the long-run with regards to warranty, service and long-term care as they may be trained to follow security measures and experienced at installation. The installer is getting paid to correctly install your unit so you don't confront serious hazards that do result when the manual for the first time opens and installs a stairlift. A Salem professional also knows the best way to ensure that the stairlift follows fire exit demands, the way to ensure that assure that all the proper functioning characteristics are empowered, and the charger connections are operating correctly to avoid serious accidents. The cost you pay to have a trained and trusted tech ensures the longevity of your purchase as well as your safety. Repairs and reinstallations can take longer and cost more than an appropriate initial installation. Also, setup involves lifting a fair amount of weight. Many installations can be finished in a couple of hours by a professional.

6) Does it increase or decrease the value of my home?

The entire worth of your property will not depreciate. In case you plan on selling your Salem home, realtors used to advocate that a stairlift be removed prior to placing your house on the Oregon marketplace, nevertheless given increased life expectancy, this isn't any longer the case. You go or can even entirely remove the stairlift with no signs of installation when you want or desire it. Realtors can list the house is suitable for living that is reachable independent and that the stairlift is a high utility value for disabled people and if a purchaser needs it removed, then they offer that chance.

7) Does the VA cover the cost and installation of lifts?

According to AARP, The Department of Veterans Affairs offers a number of grants to qualified veterans with disabilities for security advancements in the residence. Those include: the Home Improvements and Structural Alternations (HISA) Grant; The Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant; as well as the Special House Variation (SHA) grant. Upon qualification, a veteran can receive both a HISA grant and either SHA or a SAH grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 10-0103 to make an application for the HISA grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 26-4555 to apply for a SAH or SHA grant. For advice on all advantages call 1 800 827 1000.

8) Can a stair lift go around corners?

Yes. Although straight stairlifts are frequently not as expensive, curved stairlifts can be custom-built to fit any stairs. Modern rail designs to suit your lifestyle, leaving a lot of room for individuals to walk the stairs up and down easily, and smoothly can help the stairlift journey around corners closely, comfortably.

9) Does health insurance cover equipment cost and installation of a lift?

Since they are home modifications, not durable medical equipment, Medicare will not cover installation prices and stairlift equipment. Durable medical equipment contains elevators that are used to help a patient in out of a chair or bed. Medicaid in your state may cover stairlifts through Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers. In Oregon, individuals with limited financial resources might be eligible for the Oregon Medicaid COPES Waiver, recently replaced by the Community First Choice Option. It empowers people who require nursing home level care to receive that care at home and supports independent living, including coverage for home alterations. Family may be compensated for supplying caregiving help. It's better to review different insurance policies. Some private health or long-term care insurance may help pay for home adjustments that are small. Check with your Salem insurance insurance company to examine policy options. The National Association of Home Builders suggests that some auto insurance, worker's compensation, long-term care coverages, state devastating accident insurance plans, and medical trust funds can cover the costs of a house modification.

10) How are you supposed to run power to a stair lift?

Electric-power (AC) stairlifts necessitate a grounded conventional 110v/20 amp outlet found at or close to the bottom or top of the staircase. Direct current, or battery powered (DC) stairlifts use batteries capable of being recharged. Plug in the DC powered stairlift to recharge the battery when it's not being used. There are also DC powered units that enable the AC electricity to constantly charge the batteries while the DC power is used by the stairlift from the batteries. The battery operated stairlift will continue to run until it runs out of electricity, if there is a power outage. The DC stairlift WOn't run in case the transformer burns out and you also have to possess the charger.

11) About how long does it take to fully install one of these lifts in my Salem home?

A fitting can take between 1-2 hours for straight stairs. A Oregon professional will install the railing first, followed by the motor and the seat. Proper setup includes once it is been tested after the fitting, walking you through the attributes of your new stairlift. A fitting for a curved stairlift can take up to a half day.

12) How much does a good stair lift cost?

The price averages around $3,500 to over $10,000 for a great stairlift. that is Rental and help programs are accessible. $6,000 and for a custom curved rail staircase prices are around $10,000. for a straight flight of stairs look to spend between $2,500 While some usually do not contain installment in the purchase price, some products are sold as complete packages including installment as well as a warranty. The shape of the stairwell, the length of work, the seat style, the track, and also the features you desire decide the price.

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