Stiltz Homelifts has announced that it make a live return to next week’s Occupational Therapy Adaptation Conference in Southampton.
The company said it will showcase a range of “expert material” to assist professionals responsible for client independence in the home.
The conference is set to take place on September 8 at the Hilton Hotel Ageas Bowl.
Stiltz Homelifts work closely with Occupational Therapists (OTs), Grant Officers and Home Improvement Agencies (HIAs) to ensure individuals with walking difficulties can continue living safely without the risk of using the stairs.
Research from the Disabled Living Foundation has shown a decrease in personal mobility and subsequent compromised health and well-being during the pandemic, especially amongst senior and disabled people.
The Stiltz stand at OTAC will demonstrate how its homelift solutions are proven to negate these issues in terms of occupational performance, whilst reducing the risk of injury and unnecessary pressures on the NHS and social care.
Stiltz representatives will be available to discuss individual client cases and offer potential solutions – qualified by educational material produced in association with Stuart Barrow, Founder of OTAC and respected OT, and Foundations, the National Body for HIAs.
There will also be the opportunity to explore how homelifts provide suitable access for a range of client conditions and their associated outcomes.