Safe Transfers

Safe Transfers2018-09-17T15:49:20+00:00

We are the safe patient handling experts!

BILD provides Therapist guided transfer options for purchase or for rent

– Power Hoyer lifts
– Sit to Stand lifts
– Portable overhead lifts

BILD offers a variety of patient lifts, slings and harnesses. Our transfer lifts can dramatically improve the ease and safety of transfers. Benefits of these devices include: conservation of space, improved safety and security for the individual being assisted, greater safety and ease for the caregiver, and a reduction in the number of persons required to assist with transfers. Lift systems make it easier to position an individual in his or her wheelchair, and standing harnesses can also assist with therapeutic standing or exercise activities in the home.
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Our accessibility specialists who have experience as occupational and physical therapists offer the unique service to train you and optimize the use of your transfer device to your greatest advantage.

Our veteran carpenters have undergone the most rigorous training available to ensure your safety. We additionally provide comprehensive installation including finish carpentry, drywall and painting work serviced all by our own experienced craftsmen.

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Ceiling Lifts

Ceiling lifts are safe and space-saving solutions for caregiver and independent transfers. Standard and custom slings are available to facilitate the patient’s routine, from bath and wheelchair transferring to toileting and assisted walking – all with minimal exertion from the caregiver.

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Transfer Lift Slings

Transfer lift slings are designed for every routine of the patient: bed to chair transfer, toileting, assisted standing/walking, re-positioning on bed, bathing, and general applications. Incredibly, there is even a harness for self-transfers – no caregiver required!

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Hoyers and Transfer Lifts

Hoyers and sit-to-stand lifts allow caregivers to safely handle patients and transfer them between rooms. While hoyers require no active effort from the patient, sit-to-stand lifts are for patients with limited upper body strength and dexterity. Lifts can be manual or battery-powered.

Hear about how the overhead lift and ceiling track helped Darlene independently care for her husband at home.