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Easy Lift Up personal lifting cushion


The Easy Lift Up personal lifting cushion is a mobility aid that helps caregivers lift a fallen individual up from the floor.

Once seated on the cushion, the  powerful lifting cushion raises the fallen person off the floor safely, and with dignity, preventing any additional strain or injury.

The Easy Lift Up also protects caregivers from muscle strains and back injuries from hazardous manual patient lifts.

The Easy Lift Up can lift the fallen person 22″ off of the floor in roughly 3 minutes. This height is ideal for transfer to a chair or a standing position.

The Easy Lift Up system is portable and can be used indoors and outdoors. This  lift cushion’s compact dimensions allow it to work in confined and narrow spaces, where other patient lifts fail. Though small in size, it can lift up to 400lbs.

To inflate the cushion, one only needs to connect each of the air hoses to the corresponding cushion chamber. Each air hose and cushion chamber is color coordinated.

The air pump is powered by electricity from a normal wall outlet.  This means you never have to worry about charging a battery and you will always have full power, regardless of the number of times the cushion is inflated.  This results in you being assured of consistent and reliable air pressure to inflate your Easy Lift Up.

The Easy Lift Up lifting cushion is lightweight; it weighs only 5 lbs. The cushion’s three chambers are made from a durable and easy to clean material.

Maximum User Weight: 600lbs
Inflated Height: 21″
Inflated Width: 20″
Inflated Depth: 20″
Weight: 5lbs

29 million Americans over 65 reported falling in 2014, with 7 million of those falls leading to injury, and direct medical costs of $31 billion annually. Falling once makes you twice as likely to fall again.  And falls are the leading cause of death by injury for older adults

The problem is not going away. Here in the U.S., 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 every single day. Which means that by the year 2030, the number of older Americans projected to fall each year will grow from 29 million to 49 million.