FlexStep Case: CFD, Denmark

To keep a walking-impaired in the centre

Deaf, deafblind and hearing impaired people with additional impairments are the users and inhabitants of the residential servicecentre CFD. The additional challenge, difficult to climb up the stairs, becomes manageable with FlexStep.

The residents at CFD are even more dependent on the intuitive operation of the FlexStep than the majority of Liftup's customers. Pushbuttons and call stations to operate the FlexStep meet all requirements from the Danish Association for the Disabled and INTUITIVENESS is a very important keyword here.

To facilitate the project to provide access between two levels with only one product, Liftup took the project of the process process: Coordination and communication with all the workmen before we fitted the FlexStep were also our job. One contact person and one responsable supplier!

Conny Anette Møller, Team Leader at CFD: "FlexStep is the right solution for CFD, as it has meant more freedom of movement for residents. It is easy to operate, which means that most of the residents can independently use it. Functional as well as pleasing to the eye. The best purchase we've done in a long time."


The FlexStep stairlift is designed to function both as an ordinary staircase and as a wheelchair lift. Developed and manufactured by Liftup, the FlexStep is flexible and equally useful for pedestrians and wheelchair users alike. FlexStep is an innovative 2-in-1 solution and saves space compared to installing both a flight of stairs and a separate lift.

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