Aesthetically pleasing adjustable beds and lift chairs - they do exist!
- 20 June 2018
RJ Eagar stock a range of adjustable beds and lift chairs to assist customers with injuries, disabilities, mobility and comfort.
Our range of adjustable beds has the same features as hospital beds but a superior appearance to complement your existing décor. This is achieved through colour-matching and using Warwick fabrics to complete.
Why you should consider a lift chair or adjustable bed
The functionality of being able to lift a person, enabling them to move more easily from bed to a chair or walker, makes a lift chair ideal for those with limited mobility caused by back/spinal, leg or hip injuries.
The tilt mechanism is used for relieving spinal pain and increasing blood circulation for those with heart disorders or in need of relieving fluid build-up in legs.
They are also widely used by people with dementia or balance issues as the bed can be lowered allowing the person to be close to the ground, minimising the risk of injury from a fall.
An adjustable bed can be used to get a client to a near sitting position with the bed fully tilted forward and the head lift and knee break raising. This can be useful for watching television or eating meals whilst enjoying the comfort of your bed.
RJ Eagar also offer a wide range of powered lift chairs for those experiencing difficulty getting out of armchairs. The automatic tilt function readjusts the back before reaching full lift position enabling the user to have their weight evenly distributed over their hips. This makes stepping away from the chair easier. All mechanisms are deployed at the touch of a finger on an easy-to-use hand control.
Image: La-Z-Boy lift chairs.
Most styles come in a variety of sizes with matching recliners and sofa styles in your choice of fabric or leather. An emergency battery function allows the chair to return to sitting positions in the event of a power cut and if space is an issue – we have a range requiring only 280mm wall clearance to fully recline.
Restricted mobility does not mean restricted comfort! Visit our New Plymouth or Stratford stores today to speak with one of our experienced consultants.