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Seat Lifts

chair assist, chair assist for elderly, seat lift A self-powered seat lift provides gentle assistance for getting up and down from arm chairs and sofas. Both levered and electric versions of the chair lift seat are available. Read our uplift chairsBuyers Guide for help finding the right product.

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Able Life Universal Stand Assist

PG#: 000025v8150
By: Able Life

The Universal Stand Assist by Able Life offers a simple way to stand from any couch, chair, or recliner with greater ease and strength.

was $149.32

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Uplift Premium Power Seat Lift by Carex

PG#: 00001vRMPS3017
By: Carex

Patented LeveLift Technology ensures a safe, gentle lift without pushing you forward and the easy-to-use flexible hand control can be placed where convenient.


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UpEasy Pneumatic Seat Lift by Uplift Technologies

PG#: 00001vRMUPE1
By: Carex

Up Easy Lift Cushion helps people who have lost sufficient upper or lower body strength to get up unassisted.

was $139.99

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EZ Stand-N-Go by Stander

PG#: 000025v2200
By: Stander

The EZ Stand & Go from Stander can help you stand with confidence; without having to buy an expensive lift chair. Perfect for back pain or unsteadiness.

was $140.00

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Stander Heavy Duty EZ Stand-N-Go

PG#: 000025v9220
By: Stander

The EZ Stand-N-Go Heavy Duty offers a simple way to stand from any couch, chair, or recliner with greater ease.


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Upeasy Power Seat by Carex

PG#: 00001vRMUPEP100
By: Carex

Upeasy Power Seat. Electric Lifting Seat. Tan. 300lbs maximum capacity

was $186.65

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Assist-A-Tray by Stander

PG#: 000025v2050
By: Stander

The Assist-A-Tray by Stander, Inc. is a safety handle standing aid and swiveling tray for any couch, chair or recliner.

was $225.33

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Choosing The Best Uplift Seats

Knee arthritis, spinal stenosis, Parkinson's, ALS, degenerative joint disease or post-operative conditions can make it excruciating if not downright impossible to get up and down from a sitting position. To maintain your independence, an assistive device called an uplift seat can literally give you the push you need without straining.

An uplift power seat can assist you both in lowering yourself and standing back up. Some uplift seats are powered by electricity; others are “self-powered” and use air compressors and pneumatic technology. Most uplift seats will work with any chair, lounger or recliner. To use it with a sofa or loveseat, place it up against one of the armrests.

Uplift seat assists are usually in the 9 to 12 lb range making them portable—they can go from room to room or on trips away from home. Some fold quite easily and can even fit in a suitcase. Self-powered models may come with different weight limitations, so be sure to choose the one able to accommodate your weight.

Another popular feature in uplift seats is memory foam cushioning, thick padding that helps you avoid the pressure sores that can come from prolonged sitting and add comfort by conforming to your body’s contours.

Many models of uplift seats offer almost all of these features. For instance,  the UpEasy Pneumatic Seat Lift by Uplift Technologies , Inc., is a self-powered lifting cushion that provides gentle assistance up and down from armchairs and sofas. The patented LeveLift technology and flexible seat that curves to a flat surface provide a safe lift, with no forward dumping motion. It’s also portable thanks to a built-in carrying handle. The coated memory foam cushion adjusts to weight, shape and temperature. The waterproof, fire retardant cover is removable and machine washable.

An alternative to an uplift seat assist is a higher chair, like the Deluxe Hip Chair  designed to help you sit better after a partial or total hip replacement or knee surgery or if you have severe arthritis. The chair features brown vein frame with brown naugahyde thick-padded cushions footrest and plastic arm rests. Getting in and out of the chair is made easier with the increased height of the seat to minimize movement of hips and knees.