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Picture of SARA STEDY The Sara Stedy is a transfer aid or standing designed for use by individuals with balance, lower extremity, mobility or walking disabilities or spinal cord injury. This mechanical device is used to move a person short distances, such as to and from the toilet, or to assist a person to stand. From a sitting position, the user can grasp the crossbar at the top of the frame and pull up to a standing position. To use the Sara Stedy to transfer the user, the caregiver then flips down the seat, and the user sits down, places his or her feet on the footplate and rests the knees against the kneepad. Handles extend from the top front of the frame so that the caregiver can push the user to the desired destination with the user facing the caregiver. The Sara Stedy has four casters, and the rear two casters have wheel locks. The base can expands or spreads so that the Sara Stedy can be moved closer to a chair or toilet. The caregiver controls the expansion of the base with pedals located at the front of the base. CAPACITY: 400 pounds.

Notes: Sara Stedy is a register trademark of ArjoHuntleigh.

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This product record was updated on March 22, 2012.

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2349 W. Lake St.
Addison, Illinois 60101
United States
Telephone: 800-323-1245 or 630-307-2756.
Fax: 888-389-2756.

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Adaptive Living, Inc. / The Adaptive Living Store

3792 Yaeger Rd
Saint Louis, Missouri 63129
United States
Telephone: 877-447-7816 or 314-845-7816.
Fax: 314-894-2918.

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