When you are in need of stairlifts for seniors or those who have limited mobility in the Staten Island area, turn to Sansbury Medical Stairlifts. Our stairlifts have been rated as some of the best in the industry, and when combined with our nearly 30 years in the business, you’re getting nothing but the best quality all the way around. Read our blog to learn more about stairlifts for seniors and more, and please feel free to reach out to us if you have questions!

  1. Caring for Seniors

    Caring For Seniors During the Holidays Part Two

    The holidays are a busy time for all of us. Between planning big family get togethers, shopping for presents, and attending holiday parties and gatherings, the holidays can be non-stop. It seems you barely have time in your calendar for the everyday things such as eating breakfast and doing laundry.…Read More

  2. Caring For Seniors

    Caring For Seniors During the Holidays

    The holidays are a favorite time of year for most people. Thanksgiving is an opportunity to reflect upon all the blessings of the year with family and friends. Christmas is a time to exchange gifts and celebrate the good times of the year. New Year’s is a time to welcome in a new season full of ho…Read More

  3. How to Increase Mobility for Seniors: Part 2

    A common problem we all face as we age is loss of mobility. This is unavoidable as our bodies naturally degenerate. Aging results in a decrease in muscle mass and strength, the density of our bones, and stiffer joints as our cartilage thickens over time. We don’t have control over what our bodies …Read More

  4. How to Increase Mobility for Seniors: Part 1

    Being able to do what we want, when we want, is a hallmark of being an American and having freedoms. We can go to work or play in the park. We can hike a mountain or watch TV. We can travel the world or visit our friends and family on Thanksgiving. We can walk the dog or go grocery shopping. We can …Read More

  5. How to Convince a Senior They Need Help!

    One of the scariest calls you can receive is a call that your mom or dad has fallen at their home and are in the hospital. You rush to the ER, thinking the worst. If you haven’t experienced an emergency call about the health of your aging parents, it ranks up there with one of your top worries--an…Read More

  6. How to Choose the Perfect Stairlift for You

    HOW TO CHOOSE THE PERFECT STAIRLIFT FOR YOU At the touch of a button and a few clicks on the keyboard, you could be looking at dozens of different stairlifts for seniors with a variety of options to choose from. The selection can be overwhelming to the point where all you want is something that move…Read More

  7. 10 Essential Tips For Senior Home Safety

    10 Tips to Improve Home Safety for Seniors

    10 TIPS TO IMPROVE HOME SAFETY FOR SENIORS According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, every 20 minutes a senior dies from a fall. Do I have your attention now? Another scary statistic: More than one in four older adults falls every year; fewer than half tell their doctor. Accidents …Read More

  8. 4 Benefits of Stair Lifts for Seniors

    The Benefits of Stairlifts for Seniors

    No one likes getting old. Not being able to do the things you used to do or even to do the things you want to do dampens your outlook on life and impedes your quality of life. Yet, it’s a fact of this wonderful gift of life all of us must accept. Luckily for us, we live in an age of amazing medica…Read More

  9. 4 Ways Seniors Can Keep their Independence

    Four Ways You Can Retain Your Independence As You Age

    Growing older can mean a lot of changes. From moving a little slower to needing more assistance with things you once handled solo, aging can require sacrificing some independence. However, as you grow older, you don’t need to give up all your independence. While there might be some tasks you need …Read More

  10. 5 Ways to Ensure Your Senior's Home is Safe

    Creating A Safe Home For Your Senior Parent

    When your parents start to age, it is often hard to see how much mobility and cognitive capabilities they start to lose. As their child, you want them to retain as much independence as possible while still remaining safe. If you have a senior parent, make sure they stay safe by ensuring their home i…Read More