Outdoor Staircase Lift Chairs Make Fun Accessible For All

Bowling, dancing, card games, and art classes are among the events that many Massachusetts seniors enjoy on a daily basis. These activities are important because they give seniors a chance to interact with their friends, stimulate their minds, get some exercise, and most importantly of all, have some fun. Many of these activities don’t have an official home: seniors make do with community rooms in public spaces, which are often only accessible by going up or downstairs.

Mobility issues happen. Complications from chronic health conditions, including joint pain and balance concerns, can make navigating the stairs difficult. Some seniors will take their chances, often leaning on other seniors who may not be any more stable on their feet, for assistance, but others will give up on their favorite activities entirely. This means they’re isolated and cut off from the vital activities that keep them happy or healthy.

For this reason, community facilities and similar settings can install staircase lift chairs to ensure seniors and others with mobility challenges can continue to access their favorite activities. Bruno® Staircase Lift Chairs are available for outdoor installation, which makes accessing many of New England’s older community buildings, which have separate entrances on lower levels, easier for everyone.

Bruno® Outdoor Staircase Lift Chairs are truly tough enough for Massachusetts winters. They function in temperatures up to 15 below zero. They’re covered with durable powder coating that staves off the effects of rain, snow, ice, and another harsh winter. They can safely and reliably carry people who weigh up to 400 pounds. An optional cover can be used to provide extra protection for the staircase lift chair as needed.

Staircase lift chairs can transport people up and down staircases. Custom installation options mean you can have outdoor staircase lift chairs installed over outdoor grades, small hills, and other landscape obstacles. This can enable seniors and others to enjoy their gardens and yards, local parks, and other fun spaces.