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Access Elevator Inc
Address:
1995 E Norse Avenue,
Suite A
Cudahy, WI 53110
Phone:
(414) 727-2524
SOUTH-CENTRAL WISCONSIN:
Access Elevator Inc
Address:
4229 Argosy Ct. Suite 2B
Madison, WI 53714
Phone:
(608) 440-9002

Toll Free: 1-844-WI-LIFTS (945-4387)

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ILLINOIS
Illinois' leader in Accessibility Products

Access Elevator Inc
Address:
42 Congress Circle West
Roselle, Illinois 60172

Phone:
(630) 616-6249

Toll Free: 1-844-IL-LIFTS (455-4387)

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Patient Ceiling Lifts by Surehands and Guldmann from ACCESS Elevator serving: Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois and the surrounding areas of Madison, WI. Roselle, Illinois and Milwaukee, WI.

Call today to schedule your FREE in home, no obligation estimate for a patient Ceiling Liftfrom ACCESS Elevator

1-844-WI-LIFTS (945-4387) Wisconsin
1-844-IL-LIFTS (455-4387) Illinois

Access Elevator, Inc. provides products and services that allow you to care for yourself or someone else, independently, in your home. Independence includes help with a transfer from bed to wheelchair, moving into and out of a bath, or toileting. We can provide the right product to fit your needs.

Our track systems can be customized to the unique configuration of your living environment. What’s more the patient ceiling lifts systems help you avoid the use of heavy portable transfer units that can cause injury to the caregiver.

Five Proven Benefits of Ceiling-Mounted Patient Lifts for Patients and Families

The right patient lift solutions can provide added independence and increased mobility for disabled or elderly adults. Installing an overhead ceiling lift device can allow greater freedom of movement and can provide increased safety in navigating various areas of the home. Here are five of the most important benefits of ceiling lifts in the residential setting.

  1. Highly Configurable – Ceiling patient lifts can be configured in a number of ways designed specifically to suit your needs. Because these innovative mobility assistance devices are installed directly into overhead tracks that can be adjusted to suit the most useful routes or to complement the layout of your home. Ceiling lifts can be used to simplify the process of getting into or out of chairs, beds and other furniture items throughout your home to help you and your family members manage everyday tasks more easily.
  2. Reduced Risks for Caregivers – By taking much of the heavy lifting out of the caregiving process, ceiling lifts can reduce the chance of back strains or injuries incurred while assisting elderly or disabled patients with bathing, getting in and out of bed and performing other routine tasks. Ceiling lift installations can ease the physical burdens for family members, nurses and other caregivers while reducing the risk of accidents in the home.
  3. Fewer Barriers and Easier Storage – Because ceiling lifts are stored overhead, they do not take up valuable floor space in bedrooms, baths and other rooms of your home. This can ensure clear pathways for other members of the family while allowing elderly or disabled individuals to move about more freely and in greater comfort. Keeping this equipment out of the way can also reduce the risk of tripping and falling that can occur when attempting to maneuver around floor-based patient lift models.
  4. Increased Confidence – Ceiling lift devices can allow older individuals to manage more of their personal care. This increased independence can boost self-esteem and provide greater confidence in a wide range of situations. Additionally, by managing their own bathroom visits with help from a ceiling patient lift, disabled and elderly people can reduce accidents and improve their overall level of hygiene.
  5. Increased Safety for Patients – In the hospital environment, ceiling lifts have been shown to reduce the incidence of injuries to patients during transfers and moves. By offering added support when moving among the various areas of your home, ceiling lifts can ensure greater safety for loved ones at home as well. Investing in overhead patient lift solutions can make almost any home more accessible and can help families with aging grandparents to manage their care more easily without the expense of live-in nursing or residence in an assisted-living facility. These innovative ceiling lift devices can help families stay together while ensuring the safety and well-being of patients and caregivers alike.

Lift and Care Systems

For people with reduced mobility

Ergonomic lifting with no loss of space

  • Independent transfer possible with SureHands® Body Support
  • Accommodates conventional slings
  • Motor and rail systems make it possible to access all areas
  • Automatic stop at any desired spot
  • Sideways movement with adjustable speed
  • Wireless control optional
  • Back-up control on motor
  • Mechanical emergency down feature that can be enabled by the user

Ceiling motor with lateral motor drive  living independently

If you have lost the ability to transfer manually but you still have a limited range of motion with adequate muscle tone, it may be possible for you to self-transfer with either the 2800 L or 2800 LRC track system. Go from your bed to wheelchair, toilet or bath to be as independent as possible. The system can lift you from the ground and has a lifting capacity of 440 lbs. The motor, which operates on rechargeable batteries, is quiet with a soft stop and start motion.

Into the bath with the SureHands® Body Support

The SureHands® Body Support is made from stainless steel and is rust resistant. It does not have any components that absorb moisture so it can be wiped dry and is easy to clean and disinfect. This makes it perfect for use in bathing and swimming.

Ideal for the toilet

To the toilet with the assistance of a caregiver.

SureHands offers several solutions to put you on the toilet with the assistance of a caregiver with minimal effort. It is possible with all SureHands Lift & Care systems, e.g. the SureHands mobile lifters and wall lifts combined with a SureHands sling.

If your physical limitations do not prevent it, you can use a ceiling motor with a body support to go to the toilet on your own.

Body Support is helpful for toileting independently because the fully unencumbered bottom and back region allows for easy access to clothing.

Hygiene Sling

The Hygiene Sling is suitable for all transfers and ideal for toileting. Sometimes referred to as a toileting sling, this model is especially designed with the bottom and lower back open to make toileting possible while in the security of a sling. This opening allows access so the clothing can be removed while the user is supported by the sling.

Ideal for the Bath

In and out of the bath with an attendant

Surehands offers several solutions to help you in and out of the bath with the assistance of a caregiver – with minimal effort. It is possible with all Surehands Lift & Care systems, e.g. the Surehands mobile lifters and wall lifts combined with a Surehands sling.

Bathing sling for transfers to and from the bath

The bathing sling is made from PVC so it can be wiped dry and is easy to clean.

Bath seat – enjoy your bath in comfort

  • Made of PVC with a perforated sitting surface to allow water to drain through.
  • Adapts to the shape of the bottom of the bathtub making it ideal to leave under the user when in the tub.
  • Easy to maintain and dries quickly.
  • Also Known as a “Seat Sling” it is useful for people who can stand but lack stability and balance.
  • Supports the user in a 90 degree seated position with a firm seat and back support.

In and out of the pool

With the Handi-Move pool lifts, you can easily move directly between you wheelchair and a swimming pool or therapy pool. This requires only one attendant and no physical exertion. There are two options here: a mobile pool lift or a ceiling motor with a rail system.

Mobile Pool Lift with the assistance of a caregiver

The SureHands® Pool Lift is perfect for use in the pool at school. It is easy to engage and disengage from the floor socket and can be rolled away when not in use.

Into the pool with the SureHands® Body Support and ceiling motor

SureHands does not only offer the pool lift, but also a ceiling motor can be used as a pool lift. Ideal for intensive use and in pools where floor sockets cannot be installed. You are perfectly safe in the SureHands® Body Support.

Jacuzzis now also accessible for people with reduced mobility

Increasingly more people have a private jacuzzi in their own wellness room, on a terrace or in the garden. SureHands® now also provides access to jacuzzis for people with reduced mobility. A SureHands advisor assesses and analyses the requirements and the practical and technical aspects of the situation together with the client at his home. Using a mobile lift system, the Wall Lift or railsystem with motor, the user will be able to transfer from the wheelchair to the jacuzzi. SureHands offers flexible solutions in specific situations. Tailored solutions are available if a standard product doesn’t meet the requirements.

Horseback riding

Horseback riding is a very popular therapy for people with disabilities. Getting on and off the horse is very easy with the SureHands body support and ceiling track system.

Horseback riding with the SureHands body support and the ceiling motor

Horseback riding is a very popular therapy for many people. Getting on and off the horse is now very easy with the SureHands® body support and celing track system.

Adapting your home

Your SureHands representative from ACCESS Elevator can help you with his experience to adapt your home in the best way possible.

Our advice is free, call today to schedule your in home estimate

No changes to your home

Most conventional doorways do not need to be modified making the Track-to-Track Motor™ a good choice when door headers cannot be removed.

Adaptations are not usually required

In most circumstances, adaptations are not required when implementing a SUREHANDS® lifting system. Should this be the case after all, or if you are considering a new-build home, our advisors, engineers and installers will be more than happy to assist you with their expertise.

It is advisable to contact SUREHANDS® at the start of the project. If certain requirements are not taken into account, the options with regard to lifting solutions will be more limited or complex.

Our 3 main areas of advice given: analysis, proposal solution, points of attention and supporting you the customer.

Schools and day treatment programs

Toileting and hygiene are the most common reasons for transferring students with disabilities in public and private school settings.

SureHands has great experience providing solutions for the tight bathroom spaces often found in schools.

In the gymnasium

AllSureHands® systems will lower the user to the floor mats in the gymnasium.

Long Term Care Facilities

Transfers to and from the bed and to and from the bath/shower are the most popular in Long Term Care Facilities. Mobile lifters and stand assists are most commonly found in these environments because of their versatility. However, utilizing an overhead ceiling system may also be a good solution.

Ceiling system in bedrooms and bathrooms

The current trend is to integrate a ceiling system in the bedrooms and bathrooms. This eases the burden on the caregiver, and above all it saves space and provides additional security on wet floors. For the user, it means faster and more comfortable movement. In addition, there is the assurance that a lift system is always available.

With the transfer board

The transfer board is used for transfers between two objects at the same height. It is primarily intended for independent use, such as entering a car from a wheelchair or moving from a manual wheelchair to an electric wheelchair. Moving between a bed and a chair is also easier with the transfer board.

Showerbath

With a SureHands® lift, e.g. a mobile lift and a rollboard, you can easily put your patient on the showerbath.

Patient Ceiling Lifts

Access Elevator, Inc. provides products and services that allow you to care for yourself or someone else, independently, in your home. Independence includes help with a transfer from bed to wheelchair, moving into and out of a bath, or toileting. We can provide the right product to fit your needs.
Our track systems can be customized to the unique configuration of your living environment. What’s more the patient ceiling lifts systems help you avoid the use of heavy portable transfer units that can cause injury to the caregiver.

Five Proven Benefits of Ceiling-Mounted Patient Lifts for Patients and Families

The right patient lift solutions can provide added independence and increased mobility for disabled or elderly adults. Installing an overhead ceiling lift device can allow greater freedom of movement and can provide increased safety in navigating various areas of the home. Here are five of the most important benefits of ceiling lifts in the residential setting.

1. Highly Configurable
Ceiling patient lifts can be configured in a number of ways designed specifically to suit your needs. Because these innovative mobility assistance devices are installed directly into overhead tracks that can be adjusted to suit the most useful routes or to complement the layout of your home. Ceiling lifts can be used to simplify the process of getting into or out of chairs, beds and other furniture items throughout your home to help you and your family members manage everyday tasks more easily.
2. Reduced Risks for Caregivers
By taking much of the heavy lifting out of the caregiving process, ceiling lifts can reduce the chance of back strains or injuries incurred while assisting elderly or disabled patients with bathing, getting in and out of bed and performing other routine tasks. Ceiling lift installations can ease the physical burdens for family members, nurses and other caregivers while reducing the risk of accidents in the home.

3. Fewer Barriers and Easier Storage
Because ceiling lifts are stored overhead, they do not take up valuable floor space in bedrooms, baths and other rooms of your home. This can ensure clear pathways for other members of the family while allowing elderly or disabled individuals to move about more freely and in greater comfort. Keeping this equipment out of the way can also reduce the risk of tripping and falling that can occur when attempting to maneuver around floor-based patient lift models.

4. Increased Confidence
Ceiling lift devices can allow older individuals to manage more of their personal care. This increased independence can boost self-esteem and provide greater confidence in a wide range of situations. Additionally, by managing their own bathroom visits with help from a ceiling patient lift, disabled and elderly people can reduce accidents and improve their overall level of hygiene.

5. Increased Safety for Patients
In the hospital environment, ceiling lifts have been shown to reduce the incidence of injuries to patients during transfers and moves. By offering added support when moving among the various areas of your home, ceiling lifts can ensure greater safety for loved ones at home as well.
Investing in overhead patient lift solutions can make almost any home more accessible and can help families with aging grandparents to manage their care more easily without the expense of live-in nursing or residence in an assisted-living facility. These innovative ceiling lift devices can help families stay together while ensuring the safety and well-being of patients and caregivers alike.

Patient Lifts Are a Blessing

Patient lifts allow enhanced mobility
If you or a loved one is severely physically challenged, whether elderly or at any age, having a way to be lifted is a crucial part of one’s existence. It is a physical necessity not to stay in bed, and there is an available answer.

Just what is it?
An ergonomic ceiling lift device is an overhead chair lift that is installed on tracks. The lateral motor drive operates with rechargeable batteries, and the continuous device can lift a person weighing up to 440 pounds from the ground or from a bed or chair. A patient ceiling lift can easily transfer him or her to and from a wheelchair or the bathroom, into and out of the bath, in and out of a pool, or wherever the track system travels.

If physically able to do so, a person can learn how to operate the lift and truly be able to continue living independently at home. The lift and body support ceiling track system is customized to the unique configuration of the individual’s living quarters. This avoids having to use heavy portable transfer units. Numerous accessories such as switches, traverse and curved tracks, turning disks, and more enable the customization.

Additional Benefits of Patient Lifts
There are a multitude of safety and helpful features. The ceiling lift has an adjustable speed, can go sideways and back up, and will automatically stop at any desired spot. It can dispense with physical burdens that would be demanded of nurses, family members, and other caregivers. The user can enable a mechanical emergency down feature.

Patient lifts are overhead, so they do not take up valuable floor space. They also don’t present a risk of tripping and falling that exists with a floor-based patient lift.

Made from stainless steel, it is rust resistant, has no components that absorb moisture, is easy to clean and disinfect, and can be wiped dry.

If you want even more details about a patient lifts or ceiling lift device, please visit us,Access Elevator. Our specialty is products for homes, businesses and automobiles that make accessibility much easier for the elderly and for the physically challenged.

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