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6 Seat Cushion Lifts So You Can Get Up and Go

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Getting a seat lift for yourself or a loved one will not only restore mobility, but independence as well. Many people believe these standing devices are only for seniors or elderly family members, but the truth is a seat lift can be a game changer for people whose range of movement is limited by an illness, operation, or accident. They’re also a great option for those who want the practicality of a power lift recliner, but don’t have the space or desire to spend lots of money. 

Self-powered and electric are the two main types of seat lifts. The best option for you will depend on your needs and budget. Medicare may cover a portion of your lift chair, so it’s worth asking a representative if you can also offset the costs of a seat lift. A note from your doctor will likely help your case. 

Keep scrolling for Woman’s World‘s picks for the best seat lifts so getting up is a breeze.

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