According to a recent study conducted by INSEE, the number of people affected by a disability in France 12 millions. Of these, 850,000 would have a reduced mobility. And while many solutions exist to facilitate the autonomy of those who need it, many are very complex to install. That's why today we're introducing this ingenious, non-motorized system that can change the lives of millions of people around the world.
Created by a Norwegian company, AssiStep is a stair railing revolutionary that greatly facilitates the lives of people with reduced mobility of any age. This innovation was created jointly by engineers, industrial designers and health professionals. The goal is not to create an autonomous and automated system, but still allow people with reduced mobility to move while practicing a minimum ofphysical activity daily.
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AssiStep consists of a guardrail on which will slide an ergonomic handle, in short, the equivalent of a walker for stairs. A handle, which can be folded, can then be grasped by its user in different ways. During installation, the handle is positioned at the optimal position, but obviously, it can be readjusted later.
The system AssiStep is built with materials sustainable and of high qualitylike anodized aluminum and stainless steel. Finally, last feature (and not least) : AssiStep is compatible with all types of stairswhether they are straight, curved or at right angles.
AssiStep is an ingenious system that aims, as you understand it, to make life easier for people reduced mobilitywhile maintaining minimal physical activity that is necessary to stimulate the muscles of the body. In France, the solution is offered exclusively by the company Lergon'home. We invite you to visit their website if you want more information about the product.
Those who follow Creapills regularly remember that we already talked about AssiStep a few months ago through a compilation of inventions to facilitate the mobility of seniors. An article but especially a Facebook video that has accumulated all the same 7 million viewsproves that the problem of the autonomy of the elderly is of growing concern to more and more households.
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