"Aesthetics, design and safety is essential in everything we do. We are developing dignified aids, not machines."See our products
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A broad range of solutions within Welfare Technology with focus on innovation, design and safety.
Raizer is a battery operated mobile lifting chair that helps a fallen person up to almost standing position within a few minutes. Raizer can with ease be assembled and operated by only one assistant and does not require any physical effort, besides a supportive hand.
The convertible 2-in-1 solution saves a lot of space compared to both stairs and a lifting platform. The FlexStep is easy to integrate due to a wide range of design options and configurations.
The EasyLift is designed based on the latest trends of design and architecture. Straight lines and even surfaces characterizes the EasyLift design. The construction is flexible and solid and stands out as a quite unique accessibility product.
The HDN can be easily and elegantly integrated into any style as it is discreetly built into, and camouflaged according to, its surroundings. When not in use the lift is hidden in the floor and has a surface adapted to the rest of the floor.
The StairTrainer has gained popularity among clinics and physiotherapists world wide for its unbeaten treatment success rate combined with high safety standard and user friendliness.
Liftup develops and markets welfare technology products for people with disabilities. Our goal is to help people with mobility disabilities to have the same opportunities as everyone else. Safety always comes first and additionally we strive to develop attractive and innovative design.
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Liftup’s values are throughout connected to your experience of achieving “ a little more than expected”. It is reflected in the way we handle and implement all our activities, in our attitudes and in our culture.
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"When I enter the room I have to look twice; it is quite visible but it doesn’t stand out and sends the signal 'this way to the physically handicapped'. No, it adapts very well into the room."
- Wheelchair user about EasyLift