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Hoyer Journey Stand Aid Hoyer Ascend Lift Invacare Reliant Stand-Up Lift
  • Foldable for easy transport and storage
  • Foldable for easy transport and storage
  • Weight capacity: 340 lbs
  • Removable foot tray allows resident to fully stand
  • Nimble, compact and maneuverable design
  • Weight capacity: 375 lbs
  • FREE Sling with Purchase
  • Ideal for toilet transfers
  • Weight capacity: 350 lbs

Lumex Easy Sit to Stand Lift Medline Electric Stand Assist Lift Get-U-Up Hydraulic Lift
  • Designed to provide quick, safe assistance
  • Large, easy-to-grip handles
  • Weight capacity: 400 lbs

  • FREE Sling with Purchase
  • Disassembles for transport
  • Weight capacity: 400 or 600 lbs

  • FREE Sling with Purchase
  • Adjustable support for multiple positions
  • Weight capacity: 350 lbs
Stella Stand Assist Power Lift Roze Stand-Up Lift Medline MedLift 500 Stand Assist 5 Patient Lift
Invacare Roze Stand-Up Lift
Our Price: $5,899.00
  • FREE Sling with Purchase
  • Doubles as a commode lift
  • Weight capacity: 400 lbs
  • FREE Sling with Purchase
  • Easy maneuverability
  • Weight capacity: 450 lbs
  • Great for partial bearing patients
  • Battery-powered stand assist
  • Controls are easy to operate
Spryte Manual Stand Aid EasyStand StrapStand Basic Adult Standing Frame Package EasyStand Evolv XT Standing Frame Packages
  • Fits through narrow doorways
  • Patient needs strength and stability
  • Weight capacity: 400 lbs
  • Full upright, over-center stretch possible while standing
  • Optional swing-out legs accommodate wide wheelchairs
  • Default Packages make ordering easier for your peace of mind
  • Increase user confidence and blood flow with an inclusive standing frame
  • Super comfortable supports are designed for prolonged standing
  • Supports remain in place from sitting to standing for independent use

What is a sit-to-stand device?

A Sit-to-stand device is used to transfer patients from seated postures (seated on the edge of the bed to a wheelchair, or wheelchair to commode).

A sit-to-stand device is designed to support only the upper body of the client, it requires the resident to be able to bear some weight. It is quite different from a Hoyer; a sit-to-stand device is meant to assist with the manual stand/pivot transfer that is performed frequently by caregivers in transferring a weight bearing client from a seated position to a standing posture.

Will Medicare cover the cost of a Sit-to-Stand?

No, at this time Medicare will cover the least costly alternative, which is a manual Hoyer Lift.