Adult Stand-Assist Walkers, 2/Case
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- Get patients upright and ready to go.
- Seated users can gradually progress from the lower level of handles to the top level.
- Bi-level handles also allow user to position walker over the toilet and use as a toilet safety frame for use in the rest room when away from home.
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Product Type:Two-Button Walker
Product Weight:7.0 lb
Walker Height Range:32″-39″
Available Walker Sizes:Adult
Walker Style:3 In 1
Inside Walker Width:17″
Weight Capacity:300 lb
Wheel Size:Not Applicable
Quantity:2 Each / Case
STAND UP WALKERS FOR SENIORS / 3 IN 1 WALKER FOR ADULTS
, for seniors are unique in design. These walkers are meant to help aid older people with standing and walking. A 3-in-1 walker for adults will often be utilized by a senior or disabled individual who has trouble getting onto and up from their seat.
If you are looking for a stand up walker, be sure to browse through our inventory, which includes some of the best stand up walkers on the market for seniors! Keep in mind, however, that a stand up walker for seniors is built slightly differently than a traditional standard walker.
What is a Stand Up Walker?
The innovativeness of the standing walker for elderly users is due to it’s design. Many are made with dual-level handles or single-level handles that are curved, instead of the standard frame that many people are used to seeing. A standing walker for adults or the elderly is intended primarily for those who have trouble getting up and down from their seat, toilet, or other sitting space.
While normal standard walkers may not be able to be positioned directly over a seat, standing walkers for seniors are designed in a way that they can be put over the user’s knees or chair so that the user can grab the lower handles for support. Some hemi walkers actually provide the same functionality as a stand-assist walker, since they enable a person to use the lower handle to help them up, and then reposition their hand accordingly.