An overhead lift is a critical tool for safely moving people who are unable to stand. Designed for personal or institutional use, an overhead ceiling lift is the most reliable way of preventing falls and injury, not only for the person who is disabled but for the helper as well.
Used in healthcare facilities or the patient's home, the overhead lift reduces the risks associated with the continuous charge of patient handling. By using ceiling lift systems, caregivers avoid injuries when they lift and transfer patients since the overhead tracks carry the patient's weight and prevent any manual lifting. The transition is done smoothly, as much for the patient as for the caregiver.
Often used in the bedroom and bathroom, our overhead lifts can be mounted on ceiling tracks or rolled on the floor. There are three patient lift models for different situations. The free-standing floor lift is a good solution for moving from one place to another, helping out or temporary use. A lift attached to a ceiling track is best for regular use in one area of the house or care centre. Lastly, we offer portable lifts that can be moved from one track to another, from room to room, for use in various locations in the same building.